Accession: A10650C
Editorial Title: Children, have ye any meat?
Author: Mary Baker Eddy 
Date: October 25, 1885 - archivist estimate
Manuscript Description: Handwritten in pen by Mary Baker Eddy on unlined paper.
Archival Note: Because this manuscript is so heavily edited, it is transcribed according to final corrections.
Editorial Note: This service marks the first time that Mary Baker Eddy preached at Chickering Hall and that the Church of Christ (Scientist) formally organized a Sunday School. The November 1885 issue of The Christian Science JournalThe Christian Science Journal
This monthly periodical was first issued every other month, beginning on April 14, 1883, as the Journal of Christian Science. It became a monthly periodical August 2, 1884, and its name changed to The Christian Science Journal in April 1885.
reported: "The Hawthorne Rooms proving too small for the congregations, Chickering Hall has been engaged for the season; and when this proves too small, we will get a still larger one."
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John 21.5.

Children have ye any meatJohn 21:5 Then Jesus saith unto them, Children, have ye any meat? They answered him, No.

AccordingAs Written:Accord'g to GospelAs Written:Gos. narrativeAs Written:nar. PeterAs Written:P. was an

PeterAs Written:P. Spokesman for the twelveEditorial Note: The tweleve disciples of Jesus.

When the MasterAs Written:M. was no longer with

After the crucifixionAs Written:crucifix & burial fell off

Why so shocking delartureAs Written:departur?

AnswerAs Written:Ans. involvesAs Written:involes another questionAs Written:ques. What were theirAs Written:thir motives

To follow ChristAs Written:Chist in Christian ScienceAs Written:C.S.

Peters sufferings requisiteAs Written:recquisite

This Last supper spiritually prepared was the perpetual Passover Communion Sermon

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John 21.5.

Children have ye any meatJohn 21:5 Then Jesus saith unto them, Children, have ye any meat? They answered him, No.

Accord'gExpanded:According to Gos.Expanded:Gospel nar.Expanded:narrative P.Expanded:Peter was an

P.Expanded:Peter Spokesman for the twelveEditorial Note: The tweleve disciples of Jesus.

When the M.Expanded:Master was no longer with

After the crucifixExpanded:crucifixion & burial fell off

Why so shocking departurCorrected:delarture?

Ans.Expanded:Answer involesCorrected:involves another ques.Expanded:question What were thirCorrected:their motives

To follow ChistCorrected:Christ in C.S.Expanded:Christian Science

Peters sufferings recquisiteCorrected:requisite

This Last supper spiritually prepared was the perpetual Passover Communion Sermon