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One day last winter I was playing hockey, and in trying...
One day last winter I was playing hockey, and in trying to stop the ball, I was hit with it just above the eye. The force was so great that it nearly knocked me backwards, but I declared the Truth at once. The pain was intense for about two minutes, but after that my eye hurt me very little, only feeling a trifle stiff and sore. My friends wanted me to go into the house and apply material remedies; but I refused, and said that I would prefer to finish the game.
On going in to tea, several people came up and informed me that I would have a fearful black eye the next day; however, when I got home I found my eye only the least bit red and swollen. The next day it was well, being neither discolored nor swollen.
A short time before I had seen a similar accident at hockey, but the girl, not knowing of Christian Science, relied on material means, with the result that she had to call in a doctor, and wore a shade over her eye for more than a week, it was so fearfully discolored.
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Relic of Revolutionary Days
W. Heath with contributions from Seth Loring
Dare to Try
S. E. Kiser
In Answer to a Correspondent
W. D. McCrackan
A. J. M.
with contributions from W. G. Ewing
"Some Heretical Nobles."
What's the use of blaming others,...
Wm. Brunton with contributions from John Bunyan
A False Claim
BY JAMES J. ROME.
For Favors Received
BY MARY ALICE DAYTON.
How Christian Science Illumines all Truth
BY ADDA HINCHMAN MENTZER.
Physical and Moral Benefits Received
E. M. H.
Christian Science brought Peace
E. M. Herbst
Happiness found at Last
F. L. S.
Thankful for the Opportunity to Learn the Truth
Winfield E. McBride
with contributions from James Freeman Clarke, George Brown