[We are glad to give prominence to the following timely and appreciative letters recently received by Mrs. Eddy.—EDITOR.]

New York, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1907. Mrs. Mary Baker G. Eddy, Concord, N. H.

My Precious Leader and Teacher:—It is evident in your last edition of Science and Health that you have been impelled by divine Love to sweep your hand across "the harp of a thousand strings," once again attuning it to the Science of Being. The effect of your last edition of our text-book has been to quicken our spiritual sense and to increase our faith. The pages of this edition radiate more brightly than ever the light and might of intelligence, revealing Christ, the quickening Spirit, as ever present, compelling mankind to repeat the query of prophet and seer, "Will God in very deed dwell with men on the earth?" Through your discovery of the power, presence, and allness of Truth, which Jesus understood and demonstrated, all who are ready to receive Christ at his second appearing are being emancipated from bondage to time-honored erroneous theories of life and intelligence in matter. You have continually communed with God, or you could never have established the rule and demonstration of scientific Mind-healing, as you have done. You have gone before us, and marked the way which Jesus trod, and have patiently, meekly borne with the slow progress of a doubting world and dull disciples.

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