(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

VISIT TO CONCORD, 1901
page 655


VISIT TO CONCORD, 1901



ew York Journal]

   Please say through the New York Journal, to the
Christian Scientists of New York City and of the world
at large, that I was happy to receive at Concord, N. H.,
the call of about three thousand believers of my faith,
and that I was rejoiced at the appropriate beauty of
time and place which greeted them.

MY 170


   I am especially desirous that it should be understood
that this was no festal occasion, no formal church ceremonial,
but simply my acquiescence in the request of my
church members that they might see the Leader of Christian
Science.
   The brevity of my remarks was due to a desire on my
part that the important sentiments uttered in my annual
Message to the church last Sunday should not be confused
with other issues, but should be emphasized in the minds
of all present here in Concord.



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