As God's Representative

A Comparatively new student of Christian Science whose work required that he obtain much confidential information from the heads of large industrial concerns, and who was obliged to establish full confidence in himself and his own business house for this purpose, went one day to see the head of an organization with which neither he nor his company had previously dealt. It had been necessary to arrange for the interview by telegraph, and there had not been the usual opportunity to explain in detail the purpose of the visit, and to show that the needful confidence was justified.

As the time for the visit approached, the Christian Scientist was tempted to be very uneasy about it. Had he been adequately introduced? Would he and his company carry the necessary prestige with the stranger whom he was to meet? Would he be given the desired information?

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