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Of Good Report
Last December a private garage close to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Auburn and Lewiston, Maine, caught fire and ignited the roof and wall of the church, causing damage to the extent of several thousand dollars. The pastor of the Federated Church, Lewiston, went to the scene of the fire soon after the alarm sounded and, expressing the sympathy of his congregation, offered the use of their church for Christian Science services.
During the day the pastors of two other churches signified their desire to help, saying that the facilities of their churches were gladly extended to the Scientists. The offer of the Federated Church was accepted because the edifice is approximately the size of the Christian Science church and is located a short distance away on the same street. Christian Science services were held there for seven weeks while repairs were being made on the damaged church, the Sunday services convening at two o'clock. The Wednesday evening testimony meetings did not interfere with the calendar of the Federated Church.
LAYING HOLD ON REALITY
CLAUDE WALLACE WOODRUFF
GOD'S PERFECT DAY
DENNIS W. LEIGH
DEMONSTRATING MENTAL SURGERY
BESSIE L. CARN
THE SACRIFICES OF RIGHTEOUSNESS
ELSA WINIFRED MANN
GRATITUDE—THE RECOGNITION OF GOD'S GOODNESS
SOPHY M. ARGELANDER
THIS IS THE CHRIST
Carol Earle Chapin
MAN DOES NOT SUFFER
THE "CHIEF BLOW"
Helen Wood Bauman
In the words of the Psalmist,...
Charlotte Anne Groves
"Grace and Truth are potent...
Robert J. Haring
"Behold, I stand at the door, and...
Miriam Faust Hallin
Christian Science first came to...
Rose Wallett Kerns
I send this testimony with the...
Ethel Dow Wetsel
My first healing in Christian Science...
Edward Clark with contributions from Elisabeth Vogel Roeder
I wish to express my gratitude...
Olive C. Washburn
Signs of the times
with contributions from Robert James McCracken, Meredith A. Grove, A. W. Fortune, T. T. Shields, Joseph Fort Newton