(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

CHAPTER IX: Letters to Branch Churches
page 676



   Beloved Brethren: - Accept my deep thanks for your
highly interesting letter.  It would seem as if the whole
import of Christian Science had been mirrored forth by
your loving hearts, to reflect its heavenly rays over all the
earth.
                                        Box G, Brookline, Mass.,
                                        July 15, 1909


FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,
EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND

   Beloved Christian Scientists: - Like the gentle dews of
heaven and the refreshing breeze of morn, comes your
dear letter to my waiting heart, - waiting in due expectation
of just such blessedness, crowning the hope and
hour of divine Science, than which nothing can exceed
its ministrations of God to man.
   I congratulate you on the prospect of erecting a church
building, wherein to gather in praise and prayer for the
whole human family.
                                        Box G, Brookline, Mass.,
                                        November 2, 1909


THE COMMITTEES IN CONFERENCE, CHICAGO, ILL.

   The Committees: - God bless the courageous, far-seeing
committees in conference for their confidence in His
ways and means of reaching the very acme of Christian
Science.



MY 209


COMMENT ON LETTER FROM FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
SCIENTIST, OTTAWA, ONTARIO

   God will abundantly bless this willing and obedient
church with the rich reward of those that seek and serve
Him.  No greater hope have we than in right thinking
and right acting, and faith in the blessing of fidelity,
courage, patience, and grace.


MY 210


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