Letters to our Leader

Chicago, August 21, 1905.

My Dear Mrs. Eddy:—I have never before been willing to encroach upon your time with a letter, but to-day I am impelled by genuine gratitude to write you, with the hope of cheering and encouraging one who, by her words and works, has encouraged and cheered so many of her fellows, Never until the recent past have I had any true conception of what it means to remain faithful, day by day, to a sacred trust. During the inception, organization, and growth of our church (Fifth Church of Chicago), and during the work of building a church edifice, I have learned something of the meaning of faithfulness, meekness, and patience.

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