Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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   To Whom It May Concern: - I have the pleasure to
report to one and all of my beloved friends and followers
that I exist in the flesh, and am seen daily by the members
of my household and by those with whom I have
   Above all this fustian of either denying or asserting the
personality and presence of Mary Baker Eddy, stands
the eternal fact of Christian Science and the honest history
of its Discoverer and Founder.  It is self-evident that
the discoverer of an eternal truth cannot be a temporal
   The Cause of Christian Science is prospering throughout
the world and stands forever as an eternal and demonstrable
Science, and I do not regard this attack upon
me as a trial, for when these things cease to bless they
will cease to occur.
   "And we know that all things work together for good
to them that love God, to them who are the called
according to His purpose. . . . What shall we then say
to these things?  If God be for us, who can be against
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
  Chestnut Hill, Mass.,
  June 7, 1909

MY 144

   Mrs. Eddy also sent the following letter to the members
of her church in Concord, N. H.: -

  First Church of Christ, Scientist, Concord, N.H.

   My Beloved Brethren: - Give yourselves no fear and
spare not a moment's thought to lies afloat that I am sick,
helpless, or an invalid.  The public report that I am in
either of the aforesaid conditions is utterly false.
                                        With love, ever yours,
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
                                        Box G, Brookline, Mass.,
                                        June 7, 1909

MY 145

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