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Extracts from Letters
"The first two pages of the following letter from a Belgian soldier in France may be interesting to you, and perhaps to the field, as it reflects so admirably upon the War Relief and Camp Welfare committee. This Belgian boy will be twenty-two years of age in January, 1919, and in 1917 picked up a pamphlet in the front trenches in France in which appeared my son's name attached to a little news item, published some five years before for the benefit of children in distant ports. The idea occurred to the young soldier to start a correspondence with a boy in America.
"Shortly after the first letter was received I sent the soldier boy several Sentinels. He later thanked me for them, stating that they were very interesting, and wondering what the Christian Science textbook was like. I at once handed the full military address of this boy, who at that time was in a base hospital, to the War Relief and Camp Welfare committee in Chicago, who forwarded my request to France, and the accompanying letter from the soldier boy is the first received after I sent in his name to the committee. A letter received prior to this states that the boy will not be returned to the front lines. The operations of divine Love as traced herein are plain and satisfying, and with our efforts while about our Father's business, carried on in truth and love for all mankind, surely return to each full compensation."
[The letter above referred to]
Woodrow Wilson with contributions from Robert Lansing
Having Our Own Way
STOKES ANTHONY BENNETT
CARRO A. BIRD
EVERETT EDGAR KING
MABEL KELLEY STOGSDILL
Human Resistance to Truth
AMANDA D. WHITEHEAD
God Our Defender
ELIZABETH B. MANN
An article headed "End of World Near at Hand," reports...
Louis E. Scholl
We are supposed to be a Christian people, supposed to...
To the American worker the dangers and fallacies of...
Walter H. Van Zwoll
Access to Right Ideas
William P. McKenzie
The World Peace Conference
William D. McCrackan
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Bicknell Young, William L. Moodie, Hermann A. Meybohm
In the Preface to "Miscellaneous Writings" by Mrs. Eddy...
Caroline Hardy Paton with contributions from Henry W. Paton
My apparent delay in expressing my gratitude for the...
A. H. Baldwin
I should like to add my testimony to the thousands...
Frank W. Coghlin
I am more grateful than words can express for the help...
There is not a day passes in which I do not have occasion...
Harry C. Smith
Words are inadequate to express one's gratitude for...
Edith A. Duttson
I feel that I have never been grateful enough for what...
Janet L. Branan
For more than twenty years the truth as taught in Christian Science...
Vienna Willcox with contributions from Jennie Burroughs
Signs of the Times
with contributions from R. H. Lampkin, Alcott Farrar Elwell