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Funds of The Mother Church
"Inclosed is a check for $396.53 which this church desires to add to the War Relief fund. I should be glad if it were larger, for the call comes stronger and stronger to recognize our duty to our brother and to know the infinity of supply."
"I am sending a money order for ten dollars for the War Relief fund, with a heart full of gratitude for what Christian Science has been and is to me, and with a desire to help some one of the many who so need comfort and cheer at this time."
"We are so deeply grateful for all the benefits and blessings received by us and our dear ones in the manifestations of divine Love through the understanding of Christian Science, that we wish to express our gratitude in some slight degree by helping some one else less fortunate; so inclosed find check for one hundred dollars, which we would like you to use in the War Relief fund."
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Soldiers of Liberty
M. ETHEL WHITCOMB
"One is your Master"
JOSEPH B. BAKER
The Denial of Self
EDITH M. ALPE
ANNA L. WILLS
Truth Telling Destroys Evil
CHARLES DANIEL REYNOLDS
The Responsive Heart
Christian Scientists were glad to see the dispatch from...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
with contributions from Allison V. Stewart, The Christian Science Board of Directors
Thy Guard by Night and Day
William P. McKenzie
The Judgment Day
Annie M. Knott
Water of Everlasting Life
William D. McCrackan
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
Charles E. Jarvis
To many people the restoration of their religious faith...
Mary H. Cummins
There have been times when the apparently terrible material...
Gilbert D. Adkin with contributions from I. C. A. Adkin
It so happened that the discovery of Christian Science...
Carey L. Smith
I wish to add my song to the paean of praise and gratitude...
Callie G. Varley
I must try to express a measure of my gratitude for...
Edith B. Shreve
In 1912, when in a desperate condition both in mind and...
Willie G. Coleman