Letters to our Leader

Boston, Feb. 18, 1906.

Beloved Leader and Teacher:— I have much to say in gratitude, and if by writing I may be refreshed, it is because I can no longer refrain from telling you some of the fruits of the harvest; for the "bread cast upon the waters" has returned unto me. Some time ago I received a letter from the clerk of one of our churches, telling of a case of healing at one of my lectures. She described it as a case of long standing and accompanied with much suffering, which was healed by attending the lecture.

There have been others also, but I wish to tell you of an interesting case of absent work. A telegram, coming from Pennsylvania, read, "Help father at once." Aside from the signature, that was all I knew. Subsequent letters informed me that the patient rested that night, and in the morning the throat was freed of corruption that had so far closed it as to dispute the passage even of water. The pain and suffering of a week's illness was gone, and the patient enjoyed a good breakfast. All this occurred before I received the letter which described the case. Truly God's laws are infinite.

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