Grateful Thanks to the Field

Beloved Brethren:—So many telegrams, cablegrams, and letters for Mrs. Eddy have come to Pleasant View this Thanksgiving season, that were she simply to read them all, she would get little else done for some days, and omit imminent obligations; and to acknowledge them separately, is more than her secretaries have time to do, hence this word to all. The evidence of growing affection for our dear Leader, and of gratitude to God for what she has accomplished and is accomplishing under divine guidance, multiplies as time measures off the years. This is as it should be. God be praised for such fruitage of her blessed life-work.

Will each and all accept this note as present and future acknowledgment of their despatches, and still go on in the work of developing the mighty movement which Mrs. Eddy has established, healing the sick and converting the sinner? Accept the compliments of the season, and our best wishes. In our Leader's behalf,

Yours fraternally,

George H. Kinter. Pleasant View, November 26, 1904.

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