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I was badly crushed by a locomotive in 1893
I was badly crushed by a locomotive in 1893. I laid in plaster of paris for seven months. That was taken off and I then wore a jacket made of leather and steel. This was very disagreeable in addition to the suffering which continued all the time until I met a Christian Science friend.
This friend told me there was no need for me to suffer as I had been doing, and told me how I could be cured. I immediately tried Christian Science and was healed in two or three treatments. I have suffered no bad effects from these injuries since.
Through this friend I was also healed of an attack of pneumonia which the doctors said was very severe.
I am very thankful to God for what has been done for me through Christian Science, and to my friend who led me to Christian Science. I cannot say too much for Christian Science and our Leader, Mrs. Eddy. I am reading Science and Health and I hope some day to be better able to explain to others that they may reap the same great blessings that I have done.—WM. WYATT, Louisville, Ky.
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Testimony Meeting at London, England
E. M. Bowden Smith
with contributions from John Carveth, Ormond Higman
"Prayer for Dyspeptic."
The Power of Kindness
Not the Fault of Principle
Editor with contributions from William Arnot, F. W. Farrar
BY WILLARD G. FLEMING.
Evil must be Overcome
BY DAVENPORT BROMFIELD.
Christian Science Services on Shipboard
BY LOUISE F. KOLLMORGEN.
"Seek to Define God to your own Consciousness"
BY IDA HODNETT.
The Hidden Image
BY ANNETTE COLE.
Many Proofs of God's Love
NELLIE ROSE NIXDORF
Faithfulness and Patience Rewarded
GRACE M. DONAHUE
I am most grateful for the great good received from...
FLORA B. CARNAHAN