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Recently, when our attention was called to the spiritual value of The Herald of Christian Science, this Reading Room immediately subscribed to all the Heralds and displayed them not only on the showcase in the salesroom, but in the window on the street. We suddenly realized that we had been content to get along with only part of the literature our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, has provided for progress in Christian Science. We were also aroused to the need of telling the public by way of our window that the Herald is available in Braille. Though we had never had a request for literature in Braille, we subscribed to this edition of the Herald, and also one alert church member gave her copies to the Reading Room.
As soon as our first Heralds arrived, we placed some of them in the window, including the Braille. The librarian and her assistants did specific metaphysical work in support of this progressive step. The executive board of our branch church was told of this and showed great interest.
BEWARE THE LITTLE FOXES!
FRANCES WARD SMITH
Bessie R. Cairns
THE UNBRIDGEABLE GULF
ARE WE EXERCISING MAN'S GOD-GIVEN DOMINION?
BESSIE L. CARN
"YOUTH THAT NEVER GROWS OLD"
JEANNE STEELY LAITNER
FRED JOHN STRINGER
STELLA PALMER APP
BEFORE THEY CALL
THE LESSON OF THE BIRDBATH
EDYTHE E. WHITLEY
Linnie Newman Green
ANSWERING SOME CRITICISMS
John Randall Dunn
SUCCESS IS FOR EVERYONE
Paul Stark Seeley
"When we ponder the Psalmist's...
Christian Science has meant...
Edith G. Palmtag with contributions from Rose Lowenthal
Some few years ago, because of...
Philip H. MacDonald
On reading "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Christine E. Wright with contributions from Lilian V. C. Coleman
About forty years ago, after a...
Robert Kay Baker
Twenty-one years ago my mother...
GOD LOOKS UPON THE HEART
Signs of the Times
with contributions from D. W. Langridge, W. H. Johnson, Franklin H. Littell, Roland A. Dede, W. Kee Maxwell, Thomas Reeve