Letters to our Leader

Washington, D. C., July 10, 1906.

Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy.

Beloved Leader and Teacher:—Allow me to thank you, gratefully, earnestly, for your wonderfully clear exposition of Principle, person, and contagion. There is such a wealth of metaphysics expressed in the brief article, it seems boundless. The spiritual impetus that accompanied the careful reading of it enabled me to make a demonstration instantly that was most gratifying. If we as Christian Scientists but remembered what our work is, and did it—that God is the infinite good, a personal presence to each idea, and the infinite Principle of them all; that our work is to constantly locate good in our own thought, and as we do this, we are helping the whole world; to turn away from all personal clinging, to do justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God—what great blessings would we attain.

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Testimony of Healing
I wish to express, however inadequately, my acknowledgment...
July 21, 1906

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