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Large Attendance at Wednesday Evening Meeting in Concord, N. H.
Concord Evening Monitor
There was a large attendance at the mid-week testimonial meeting of First Church of Christ, Scientist, last evening [December 13]. The session of the Massachusetts Metaphysical College having just closed, several of its attendants were present. There were also visitors from Manchester, England; Victoria, British Columbia; San Francisco; New York City; Cleveland, Ga., and Franklin, Pa.
The First Reader, Rev. Irving C. Tomilnson, opened the services with a hymn and the reading of selections from the Bible and from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Rev. Mary Baker G. Eddy.
I John, 3: 1,2,3
PROF. HERMANN S. HERING
Dearly Beloved Leader:—During my recent lecture tours...
Hermann S. Hering
"Believe me for the very works' sake"
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK
O Guiding Love
"Mrs. Eddy ... in her insistence upon the constant...
Frederick Lawrence Knowles
Only those who have no knowledge of Christian Science...
Albert E. Miller
We are told that "Christian Science is out of harmony...
Charles K. Skinner with contributions from Phillips Brooks
with contributions from John Ashburnham, Lewis C. Strang, William Bradford Turner, Joseph Stokes
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Christmas for the Children
Mary Baker Eddy
MARY BAKER EDDY
"The sick are healed"
John B. Willis
The True Guest
Annie M. Knott
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from Electa E. Scribner, Mary Baker Eddy, Sudie W. Mewborne, John B. Shoe
For thirty-five years I was a sufferer from nasal catarrh,...
Frank G. Morgan
I am a willing witness to the healing power of Christian Science,...
Juliet Curry with contributions from Helen Annette Rice
In the latter part of January, 1905, after retiring about...
Fred F. Muller
I gratefully acknowledge and cheerfully bear testimony...
Mary M. Vaughan
For about nine years of my life I was a sufferer from...
In the midst of seemingly insurmountable troubles, we...
L. B. Baldwin
From our Exchanges
with contributions from Morgan Dix, Thomas Van Ness
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase