Letters to our Leader

Chicago, Ill., June 16, 1906.

Beloved Teacher:—Excuse this intrusion, but I thought you might like to hear of the following recent incident. Going into the Room of the Pastor Emeritus in your church, in front of a student of mine was a Catholic priest. Raising high his hat, he said, "I think we all should pay due respect and reverence in this the most beautiful room I ever saw." He seemed very much interested in everything.

Methinks your last message has opened wide the door of love. All who are ready and willing can find the way, even beginning with the first footstep, an honest recognition of true value. Did you know, dear Teacher, I was healed from consumption? being the third generation that manifested this dread disease. The perfect healing came from your Normal Class lessons in 1888. Again I thank God, and you, for the full deliverance from this and many other things. Lovingly and gratefully your student,

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