Concerning Christian Science Wartime and Postwar Activities

[From a Christian Scientist in England]

In "the First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany" our dear Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, says (p. 9), "I never before felt poor in thanks, but I do now, and will draw on God for the amount I owe you, till I am satisfied with what my heart gives to balance accounts." Her words I am echoing in this letter. ... Previous to the arrival of your first food parcel I had been under a cloud of feeling lonely and apart, of being almost forsaken. ... Then came your parcel and suddenly I felt that I was not alone nor separated from good. ... I had that very day made an appointment with a local Christian Science practitioner to whom I was going to take my problem. I kept the appointment, but instead of my pouring out a tale of self-pity, we both spent an hour of praise and gratitude for the good we had received in such abundance; and the sun-lit room of the practitioner was further illumined by the spiritual rays of gratitude. There was not one word of error voiced during that time!

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