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How I Found Christian Science

The blessing of Christian Science

I used to like to go out with my friends to drink and pursue worldly pleasures, even when I was married. This went on for many years.

No more fear

For many years I was a fearful person. Many fearful thoughts would come into my mind related to the present and future.

A search for health results in healing

For a long time, I have wanted to pay a long-standing debt of gratitude by testifying to the marvelous events that have occurred since I became acquainted with Christian Science. When I found Science about ten years ago, I had been suffering for a year from acute abdominal pain that got worse as time passed.

‘A very practical religion’

For as far back as I can remember, I have always felt God’s presence. As a little girl, I loved to go to Sunday School.

Turning aside to see

I wasn’t the least bit interested in religion. It surely wasn’t for me, or so I thought.

‘Faith as a grain of mustard seed’

When I was a little girl, my grandmother gave me a pendant that had been hers as a teenager. As I grew up, I always remembered the tiny mustard seed that was suspended within it.

Answers that fully satisfy and deeply bless

When I was in middle school, I began asking deeper and deeper questions about God. I had been given a Bible, which I revered greatly, but I didn’t really understand it, although I loved the psalms and parts of Isaiah.

‘Your life is going to change forever’

I was brought up in a belief system that said that I was a sinner from birth and that I was flawed. The God that I learned about was loving, yet judgmental.

A beacon of light for honest seekers of Truth

My introduction to Christian Science was the fulfillment of the biblical promise “Ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart” ( Jeremiah 29:13 ). Many years ago, when my father was ill and not expected to survive, I began to think deeply about the meaning of life, and wonder who we really are and what our purpose is for existing.

‘Thirsty for spiritual development’

I started studying Christian Science in 2014. For about four years prior to this, I felt God actively leading me.