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Mary Baker G. Eddy may well be proud of her enormous...
Mary Baker G. Eddy may well be proud of her enormous following. Perhaps she is wise in keeping out of sight of the enthusiastic throng that gathered in Boston in her honor this week. She is a woman who does nothing without a purpose and keeps calmly and persistently to one course. Therein is the keynote to her success—the like of which the world has seldom seen.—The Oregonian, Portland, Ore.
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Progress in England
ALICE A. HOUBLON.
The New Tongue
M. G. KAINS.
WILLIAM W. PORTER.
When the South Wind blows Softly
The Word Demonstration
The healing in Christian Science is not the greatest tenet...
To the Christian Scientist it is quite clear that God, being...
John L. Rendall
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
"The everlasting gospel"
Annie M. Knott
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from A. Cora Jones, Valeria J. Campbell, Annie E. Hinds, Kate Morey, Mary W. Weldon
In January, 1892, when living in Rochester, Vermont,...
Annie L. Messer
With a heart overflowing with gratitude to God, to the...
Ida G. Beauford
While playing on the ice, my little girl, thirteen years old...
Mary M. Rockwell
I am very grateful for Christian Science
It is with the deepest sense of gratitude that I send my...
Marian V. Loud
It is with a grateful heart that I send this testimony,...
Mary E. Keenan
I did not become interested in Christian Science through...
Leon A. Jacobs
The Little Scientist
From our Exchanges
with contributions from English, E. A. Beaman