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I would like to offer thanks for the benefit Christian Science...
I would like to offer thanks for the benefit Christian Science has brought to me. In the spring of 1901, when I turned to Christian Science for relief, I was a victim of neurasthenia, unable to sit up at all, given up by the doctors, despairing, and almost hopeless. I had been an invalid most of the time for seven years, unable to do anything except just live and suffer. I think I had hundreds of weak spells and tried various physicians and patent medicines. As a last resort, I sent for a Christian Science practitioner, and I can never cease to be grateful to the kind lady who came to my relief. I can now do my own housework and sewing, and read, and though the demonstration is not yet complete, my present state is heaven compared to the condition I was in.
Mary Miller, Wanlcok, ill
Christian Science Saves the Bible
What Christian Science is Not
W. D. McCrackan
The Teaching of Sound Doctrine
Albert E. Miller
A Distinction with a Difference
David B. Ogden
The Laborer is Worthy of his Hire
Medicine and Science
James A. Logwood
Speak and Do
Mary C. Billings with contributions from Geo. R. Lowe
with contributions from F. H. Coit, Charles Beard, Frank A. Walker, Osborn, Oliver E. Branch, John F. Montignam
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Practical Trust in God
E. H. M.
The Golden Mean
"Am I my Brother's Keeper?"
F. B. HOMANS.
Among the Churches
with contributions from A. M. Vallert
My last dose of material medicine was taken July 10,...
Hallie Norvell Hard
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase
with contributions from Dale, Spurgeon, Frederick L. Hosmer, J. W. Chadwick, J. R. Millier, Joseph Parker