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The following letter from a patient in England to his...
The following letter from a patient in England to his practitioner in America testifies to the healing realized in Christian Science. We are informed that this was a young man who ran a rapid course in the way of the world and was brought home from Australia as a paralytic, with a severe bronchial trouble.
He became a Christian through right reason and its consequent revelations, earned through demonstration of the first and second great commandments.—Ed.
My Dear Mr.—I sent you a cablegram two days ago asking you to stop the treatment. I want to see for a bit how I can get on alone. Thanks to your terse and able letters I have got a fairly good hold of the letter of Science, and I fancy that the fact that I have to stand on my own feet will induce me to put forth greater efforts for myself to win the realization of the power I possess through the divine Mind now.
"Where is he that is born King of the Jews?"
WILLARD S. MATTOX.
Order in our Church
BARBARA C. ROE.
"Infinite Love is reflected in love."*
The Soft Answer
WALDO P. WARREN.
Echo of the Communion
SUE H. MIMS.
Clifford P. Smith with contributions from G.
Mistaken Criticism of Christian Science
W. D. McCrackan
An Unauthorized Criticism
James A. Logwood
Paul tells us that this human or carnal mind is enmity...
John H. Williams with contributions from Walter Raleigh
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Among the Churches
Kate D. Grant
Some Simple Truths
Two years and a half ago I was a complete invalid in...
Frances M. Osborne
I have experienced a wonderful protection through reliance...
In 1890 I gave up business in the East and went to try...
Calvin C. Hill
Although I was raised in the Christian doctrine, I had...
I am only a little girl eleven years old
Fern Van Allen
I should like to tell of my healing
A. E. D.
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
Mabelle E. Everett
with contributions from Rainsford, Joseph Armstrong, Stephen A. Chase
R. J. Campbell with contributions from Maeterlinck, P. F. Marston, Wendell Phillips