"JUDGE RIGHTEOUS JUDGMENT."

It seems only fitting at this time to devote a large portion of our space in this issue of the Sentinel to exerpts from the columns upon columns of editorial comment that have appeared in the secular press during the past week,—a tribute in its apprehension and appreciation of the greatness of our beloved Leader and the work she has done for humanity at large, as generous as it is wide-spread.

There is one phase of this comment which is characteristic. Few of the editorial writers lay claim to a personal knowledge of the teachings of Christian Science, but with very few exceptions they concede that its Discoverer and Founder was a wonderful woman and that she wrought a wonderful work; that the world is better and happier because of her, and that wherever this faith has become established its exponents are "living epistles" that make for the general uplift of the community.

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LOVE'S INSISTENCY
December 17, 1910
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