LETTERS TO OUR LEADER

Concord, N. H., Nov. 29, 1907. My Beloved Leader:—May I take just a moment of your precious time to tell you of our beautiful Thanksgiving service yesterday. There was a good attendance of Concord Scientists and non-Scientists, as well as visiting Scientists from other parts of the Field. Seldom have we had such expressions of gratitude to God for His infinite blessings, or such hymns of rejoicing for benefits received through your apprehension of God's nearness. The walls were vocal with salvation and the gates with praise.

One who had been saved from intemperance, one whose hearing was restored during one of our recent services, others who had been healed of many forms of disease and discord,—twenty-six speakers in all,—testified to the regenerating and uplifting power of the spiritual idea of God and man which you have given to this age, and which shall be with us through all ages.

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