The Wednesday Evening Meeting

The demonstration is naturally the closing and all conclusive fact of our progressive experience in Christian Science, and it was eminently fitting that the last gathering of the series should be a testimony meeting.

Surely no one could look upon that vast body of wholesome and happy people without being impressed with the significance of Christian Science as a religious movement and as a redemptive experience in individual consciousness. Here the character and value of the tree is revealed by its fruits, and the word of cheer and assurance is spoken which brings hope to drooping hearts and stimulates to that honest individual endeavor which is the forerunner of freedom. The daily papers gave very full reports, and we quote from the Boston Herald as follows:—

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