After reading the Sentinel not long ago, and as I thought...

After reading the Sentinel not long ago, and as I thought how helpful it was to me, I seemed to hear something say, "You have been fed; haven't you something for us?" There was much that I might write, but how could I tell which blessing to speak of?

First I will say I am most grateful for the revised Science and Health and our Sentinel and Journal.

In the fall of 1900, my son was coming home on his wheel at dusk, riding very rapidly; the wheel struck some obstruction, and he was thrown to the pavement, striking on his head. I was at home alone at the time. In a few minutes my son came in and told me of the accident. We had dinner, and went to the Wednesday evening meeting, though his face did not look very well. The next day he went to work as usual. The second day we found the scalp puffed up on top of the head a little, but this did not last long. There was no pain except for a few minutes after the fall, and no discoloration, though the skin was off near one eye. No time was lost from work, and no bad results remained.

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Testimony of Healing
One step in the school of forbearance is the lesson of...
June 26, 1902

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