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Extracts from Letters
"This letter is addressed to you as an expression of my gratitude for Christian Science. I have always found it very helpful to me in civilian life and even more so in the Army, since I have not always been in a position where medical aid was available, had I been in want of it. Then is when I perhaps realized most fully the value of Christian Science. Heretofore I have always had a practitioner to rely upon to help me out, but since coming into the Army I have learned to work out the problems myself as they came up. When I first landed in France there was a great deal of fear about the epidemic. Several of the boys in my outfit were taken with it, and many of them were sent to the hospital. I got a slight touch of it, and if it had not been for my understanding of Christian Science I would have been compelled to seek medical attention. However, I was able to take care of myself, so that when orders came a few days later for the movement of the battalion, I was able to make the four-mile hike to the railroad station with full pack, in a pouring rain. There were a great many of the fellows who were unable to carry their packs.
"I came to this town after I had been in France about a month. At first there were very few troops here and I knew of no other Scientists in the camp, but I had not been here very long when I learned that a Christian Science chaplain had arrived in a neighboring town, with a new battalion. Inasmuch as Cour-Cheverny is the headquarters for this area, the chaplain was soon transferred to this town, and ever since then we have held regular Sunday services and Wednesday evening meetings in his billet. You may be sure I was very glad of the opportunity to attend these meetings, and we got a great deal of good out of them."
The Shunammite Woman
MARY H. CUMMINS
"The stranger within thy gates"
CHARLES THOMAS WALKER
MAUDE J. SULLIVAN
Fruit of Obedience
NINA F. WINN
The Goal and the Prize
CHARLES W. HOAG
ALEX L. WALKER
EDITH F. MUNROE
To write that Science and Health is a muddle of bad...
George R. Lowe
Asking Wisdom from God
William P. McKenzie
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from Karl F. Knudsen, Arthur Hussey, Bertha L. Babcock, E. C. Greene, Mary Harger, R. W. Scudder, Eleanor Troxell, Walter D. Patton, Sibyl Pauncefote, Walter O. Eitel
About four years ago, after many years of seeking and...
I had been a semi-invalid for several years when a lady...
I want again to express my gratitude through the columns...
Alice M. Jones
I wish to express my gratitude to God for the wonderful...
George Mansell with contributions from Lucy Perry
With a heart full of gratitude and love to God and also...
Lora M. Lenertz
In gratitude to our Father-Mother God, and to Mrs. Eddy,...
Of all the numerous blessings which have come to me...
I have been helped so much through reading the testimonies...
It is with much thankfulness to God and gratitude to...
Mabelle Head Hansell