Christian Science Methods and Results

Grand Rapids (Mich.) Herald

Very few persons realize the scope of Christian Science work, and few deny that it is accomplishing good results in the development of character as well as in the healing of disease, when they have a fair opportunity to observe its operations.

One or two cases carefully stated from the writer's own observation may serve to illustrate the "diversities of operations" and the "same spirit" referred to by St. Paul in the twelfth chapter of First Corinthians.

A little girl about six years of age was brought to Detroit for treatment several years ago. Her relatives said that the physicians had pronounced her case a severe hip difficulty and had declared it to be incurable. She wore an iron brace and had besides the ailment above referred to a painful bladder trouble and seemed a very delicate child and practically helpless.

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From the Boston Globe
February 22, 1900

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