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About noon one day our son of fifteen had a hole torn,...
About noon one day our son of fifteen had a hole torn, wide and deep in the muscle of the upper part of his leg. He went to school in the afternoon, performing his accustomed tasks as usual, except his teacher excused him from marching as he could not keep from walking stiff and lame. The thought that it might leave his leg stiff for life had to be fought; but it was destroyed, and proof has once more been given us that Love heals perfectly, leaving no bad effects.
Then my husband was taken with chills and fever, which was overcome in a few hours. The next night another old fear was manifested upon the body, hemorrhage of the bowels; that too was quickly checked and he went to his work the next day. Still error would not let go but pulled him down with rheumatism in both legs, very painful and stubborn; but once more Good overcame evil and the patient is now rejoicing in renewed strength, the limbs being straightened out and pain all gone.
Anna M. Brown, Fort Dodge, lowa.
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WHAT IS SAID OF THE WEEKLY
BLINDNESS PRONOUNCED INCURABLE, CURED
Fanny C. Brady
A VICTORY OVER THE LAST ENEMY
BY CLARA B. MACMILLAN
BY M. W. MACY
HE RECEIVED HIS ANSWER
BY D. D. S
"AND A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM."
Ellen L. Ash
CUT IT SHORT
L. A. W
Dear Weekly:—I am a little girl, twelve years old
Dear Weekly:—We feel that we must acknowledge the...
Emma G. White
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