William Birtles, Committee on Publication for Warwickshire, England,
Your report of the opening of a church in Brighton "as a center for faith curing" attracts the attention of many religious people who have for a long time been in full agreement with your statement "that the nation needs fresh life infused into the tenets of Christianity.
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
- Council Bluffs
A writer whose article, "Religious Truths," was printed in the November 16 issue of the Nonpareil, spoke correctly and kindly of Christian Science as having overcome every obstacle of opposition which had been cast in the way of its progress so that, as he willingly declared, "it came through victorious and is now beyond the power of anyone to crush or even harm it.
B. Tatham Woodhead, Committee on Publication for Lancashire, England,
In the "Talks on Health" column in your issue of December 9, a Family Doctor discusses "Nature the Healer," and instances some of the many different things on which people rely to bring about healing, implying that they would get well just the same without these reliances.
It is generally known that one who becomes the clerk of a Christian Science organization, whether church, society, or Association of pupils, has definite responsibilities to keep accurate and adequate records.
It is impossible to express in words my gratitude to God, our Father-Mother; to Christ Jesus, our Way-shower; and to Mary Baker Eddy, our revered Leader, for what Christian Science has done for me and mine.
Oh, not with striving came the demonstration,The answered prayer, the blessing I had sought;Not by the mind's intensive concentrationHeading the marshaled regiments of thought,Through the sheer force of my determination—Not by such efforts was the healing wrought.