Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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  Reverend Mary Baker Eddy,
  Chestnut Hill, Mass.

   Beloved Leader: - Informally assembled, we, the ushers
of your church, desire to express our recognition of the
blessings that have come to us through the peculiar privileges
we enjoy in this church work.  We are prompted
to acknowledge our debt of gratitude to you for your
life of spirituality, with its years of tender ministry, yet
we know that the real gratitude is what is proved in
better lives.
   It is our earnest prayer that we may so reflect in our
thoughts and acts the teachings of Christian Science that
our daily living may be a fitting testimony of the efficacy
of our Cause in the regeneration of mankind.
                                        The Ushers of The Mother Church
                                        Boston, Mass., October 9, 1908

Mrs. Eddy's Reply

   Beloved Ushers of The Mother Church of Christ, Scientist:
- I thank you not only for your tender letter to
me, but for ushering into our church the hearers and the
doers of God's Word.
                                        Mary Baker Eddy
                                        Box G, Brookline, Mass.,
                                        October 12, 1908

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