(PART II) - MISCELLANY
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

LETTER TO MRS. McKINLEY
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LETTER TO MRS. McKINLEY



   My Dear Mrs. McKinley: - My soul reaches out to God
for your support, consolation, and victory.  Trust in Him
whose love enfolds thee.  "Thou wilt keep him in perfect
peace, whose mind is stayed on Thee:  because he trusteth
in Thee."  "Out of the depths have I cried unto Thee."
Divine Love is never so near as when all earthly joys seem
most afar.
   Thy tender husband, our nation's chief magistrate, has
passed earth's shadow into Life's substance.  Through
a momentary mist he beheld the dawn.  He awaits to
welcome you where no arrow wounds the eagle soaring,
where no partings are for love, where the high and holy
call you again to meet.
   "I knew that Thou hearest me always," are the words of
him who suffered and subdued sorrow.  Hold this attitude
of mind, and it will remove the sackcloth from thy home.
                                        With love,
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
                                        Pleasant View, Concord, N. H.,
                                        September 14, 1901



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