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Concerning Christian Science Wartime and Postwar Activities
[From a Christian Scientist in Germany]
In one of my former letters I mentioned feeling myself much blessed throughout all the years of my membership in The Mother Church. Yet I would not have thought that I would ever see the time when the name "Mother" would come to be so directly, verbally, expressed as it is being now. I think this is most beautiful.
We are exceedingly grateful for the Christian Science literature we get from American and English friends, and for the German Herald and Quarterly, and for being able once more to study the current Bible Lessons.
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THE SONG OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
NULLIFYING OBSTACLES TO SPIRITUAL PROGRESS
MYRTLE A. CASH
SHUTTING THE DOOR
WILLIAM FRYE WHITE
"WHO IS THINE ENEMY?"
LUCY MAY ROSAMOND
TOUCHING THE HEM
MARIE M. HEESCHEN
William T. D. Henwood
SOME THOUGHTS ON SIMPLICITY
ROY L. HARVEY
THE SON OF GOD
Fred C. Stedham
"I WILL BEHAVE MYSELF WISELY IN A PERFECT WAY"
John Randall Dunn
THE LIONS' MOUTHS WERE SHUT
Paul Stark Seeley
As a child I developed a sincere...
Octavia N. Freund
With a joyful heart I wish to...
Dora H. Kocher-Kocher
My gratitude for Christian Science...
Glenn V. Pickwell with contributions from Neva Mae Pickwell
I was ten years old when my...
Dorothy Innis Bromfield
With deep gratitude to God I...
Some years ago I was living in...
How grateful I am for these...
Robert C. Braman
I wish to express a little of the...
Bertrice T. Forest
David Haydn Jenkins
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Roy L. Smith, L. A. Bolerjack