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Concerning Christian Science Wartime and Postwar Activities
[From a Christian Scientist in England]
A parcel sent by The Mother Church to practitioners over here arrived for me the other day, and I cannot tell you what a resurgence of gratitude and affection it impelled. I cannot help feeling how much Mrs. Eddy would love to know of her Church's tender solicitude for all its members in these testing times—and the parcels are such a sweet expression of this thoughtfulness.
I spent five and a half years in the British ATS, and am only recently returned to civilian life. It is a most wonderful home-coming to return to one's branch church and find within its organization free scope for the qualities of discipline, responsibility, and affection for one's fellows, which one learns in the Army—and the parcel from The Mother Church was like a blessing from a mother to ifs home-coming child.
MABEL S. THOMSON
Ceasing from Idolatry
FRED C. FISHER
Subscribing for the Christian Science Periodicals
R. LOUISE EMERY
OLGA B. MARTIN
The Spiritual Sense of Good
Rigidity and Elasticity
Preparing for the Lecture
HERBERT H. NORSWORTHY
CONSTANCE DAVIS GUNDELFINGER
A Rule of Conduct
EUNICE W. HEDLER
Happiness and Selfishness Never Mix
Paul Stark Seeley
What Is the Power That Heals?
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Lillian L. Koropp
Recalling the experiences that...
Harvey Douglas Grant
For more than twenty-five years...
Emma D. Godfrey
I wish to confirm the testimony...
Lewis E. Godfrey
Christian Science came into my...
Elizabeth Shaw Mitchell
Only twenty-four hours after...
I gratefully acknowledge the...
William M. Crooks
DOROTHY DAVIS ARMSTRONG
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Hugh Redwood, Helen L. Toner, David E. Seaboldt