My servant had suffered for some time from weakness,...

My servant had suffered for some time from weakness, loss of appetite, and difficulty in breathing. The physician called this condition a disease of the heart and nerves. He gave her different remedies, but she received no help. Then he wanted me to send her home for six months. I let her go home for six weeks and resolved to take her to Christian Science if she should be no better on her return.

I had learned to know and love this beautiful truth two years ago. It had brought me many blessings, many happy hours and I could nevermore turn from it.

When the girl returned, she was not better but worse, and besides her old troubles, she was afflicted with bleeding at the nose. I immediately took her to a practitioner, and in a few weeks she was entirely healed and could perform her duties. The nose-bleeding stopped after the first treatment.

We are very grateful to the dear practitioner, and every day we praise God for Christian Science, and we think Him for our great Leader, Mrs. Eddy.—H. K., Dresden, Ger.

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