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I have often thought that I ought to make some return...
I have often thought that I ought to make some return for the many helpful testimonies I have read in the Journal and Sentinel.
Two and a half years ago I am sure there was not a more miserable person on this globe,—it seemed that I was without hope and without God in the world, having suffered from early childhood with almost every disease that flesh is heir to. I cannot remember the time when I was not taking medicine and suffering pain. I was never free from neuralgia, and for more than forty years prior to 1901 I was a constant sufferer from a complication of diseases. Liver, stomach, and kidney trouble made life such a burden that I would gladly have escaped through death. I was always a delicate child; I never could run and play like other children. I was subject to fainting spells, and the thought was that any unusual exertion brought them on. This error seemed to grow with my years. Rheumatism with its companion, sleeplessness, kept me in bondage for years, scarcely allowing the closing of my eyes in sleep for weeks at a time.
New Sight in Science
LOUISE DELILSE RADZINSKI.
How to Read Understandingly
E. ROSE COCHRANE.
"God's Arm is not Shortened"
CLARENCE A. BUSKIRK
Bodily Healing through Spiritual Regeneration
A Reply to Professional Criticism
No one who has sat beside those whose cases have...
W. D. MCCRACKAN
After all is said, are not results the best proof of any...
JOHN L. RENDALL with contributions from Anon
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
MARY BAKER G. EDDY
Letter to our Leader
with contributions from S. P. FOREST
GERTRUDE M. SINGLETON
I want to be among those who return to give God...
MARY M. CHAPMAN
In Christian Science I have found the truth
RETA L. AYERS
From our Exchanges
F. W. ROBERTSON with contributions from CHARLES G. AMES, J. HUDSON TAYLOR
with contributions from STEPHEN A. CHASE