Excerpts from Letters Concerning Christian Science Wartime Activities

[From the Wartime Committee in the United Kingdom]

One of our Almoners is a simple wholesale fish dealer and much like what one pictures a disciple of Jesus might have been. Whatever obstacle may arise, he gives always the same answer: "I will gladly do anything, for I can never forget what I owe to Christian Science. I carried my wife up the stairs of our Christian Science Society a condemned woman, and look at her now!" (She is in robust health and is serving as First Reader.) In his depot recently he clothed a man and a little boy five years old. The child had been running about and stopped short and said, "Daddy, this place is like a shop, but no, not quite, for it is as if Jesus Christ were behind the counter."

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