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No one has more to be thankful for than myself
No one has more to be thankful for than myself. Christian Science brought me out of a miserable condition, and while I had some two weeks' treatment, I was healed in the second treatment. Hereditary troubles have been mastered by Truth as revealed to us by our Leader; and I have been able to help myself and others by holding firmly to the power of Truth. The silent victories of Christian Science have done much toward opening up the storehouse of spiritual knowledge in my own consciousness, and bringing harmony to those around me. My pen fails to express the gratitude I feel toward Mrs. Eddy for showing me the way to God.—A. Gilbert, San Francisco, Cal.
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Reading Room Work in New York City
with contributions from ELLA BERRY RIDEING, ROBERT E. CAREY
"By a prophet."
BLANCHE H. HOGUE
The True Sense of Love
EMMA HARRIS JAMISON
The True Man
In The Interior which was published October 26, there...
E. A. KIMBALL
Christian Science teaches that nothing less than a complete...
WILLARD S. MATTOX
with contributions from H. M. Ives, Charles Bookwalter, James W. Stewart, Frank Loveland, W. G. Lemmon, L. D. Apsley
"Our Debt to Christian Science."
"Nearer to thee."
ANNIE M. KNOTT
"Go in to possess the land."
JOHN B. WILLIS
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from WILLIAM B. JOHNSON, John C. Lathrop, Elizabeth Stevenson, C. A. Buskirk
When Christian Science came to me, I had been taking...
I feel that the time has come for me to join the ever-increasing...
Almira J. Dickinson
Christian Science has been the light of my life for eight...
John L. Crocker
I wish to express my love and gratitude for the many...
Louis A. Tournier
The Christian Science Hymnal tells us of the truth "that...
Bertha F. Webster
From my earliest recollections I was a sufferer from...
Elvie P. Gerry
In 1878 I had a very serious trouble with my eyes, which...
Theodosia D. Judd
Lincoln, the Man of the People
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with contributions from Adolph Roeder, H. H. Barber, Dean Hodges
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase