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Jan. 1, 1910.
This poem was later republished in The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany: My. 354:13-355:4
O Blessings infinite! O glad New Year!Sweet sign and substance Of God's presence here.
THE CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
GEORGE SHAW COOK.
CONFESSING OUR FAULTS
REV. CHARLES D. REYNOLDS.
"AND HE ... BLESSED THEM."
STOKES ANTHONY BENNETT.
THE SPIRITUAL LIGHTHOUSE
CARRIE F. LYMAN.
There are two points in connection with the Christian Science...
John U. Higinbotham
It is surely about time that intelligent men and women...
I DO NOT FEAR
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Mary Baker Eddy
MRS. EDDY'S GENEROUS CONTRIBUTION
Editor with contributions from R. Rathvon, Herbert W. Eustace
NEW YEAR RESOLUTIONS
THE NEW YEAR
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Leora M. French, Bliss Knapp, Alice S. Brown, Caroline Clothier, Mary Flint Noyes, Emma Galloway Craft, First Church of Christ, Scientist, City of Mexico, J. Louise Carter, Lucy R. G. Branan, Mary E. Turley, Margaret A. Corser
with contributions from A. P. Park, Mitchell Gilliam, C. P. McAlaster, John W. Tomlinson, Dudley H. Jackson
With heartfelt gratitude I wish to acknowledge some...
Elizabeth D. Miles
I wish to express my gratitude to God for what Christian Science...
Frank L. Thurber
I first heard of Christian Science in Sydney and in Melbourne,...
Katharine T. Porter
In looking over the half score of years since I first heard...
Harry C. Burbridge
It would be impossible for me to tell of all the blessings...
Jennie Fleming Wing
I came to Christian Science for healing, and since...
M. R. Williams
Only through the torturing fear of having to undergo...
Helen K. Christianson