Nearly five years ago I began to investigate Christian Science

Nearly five years ago I began to investigate Christian Science. Some copies of the Sentinel had been loaned me, and I became quite interested. Then I borrowed a copy of Science and Health. The Bible had seemed to me a book of mystery, but since I have become a student of Christian Science it has been my daily companion, and in every trouble I turn to it and find therein the healing balm. The blessings that I have received from the study of Christian Science are beyond expression,—the spiritual uplifting being the most beautiful.

I had been in poor health for a number of years, suffering from female complaints in their worst form. Life seemed to be a burden. I had taken much medicine, and my stomach was in such a condition that I could not retain even a mild laxative without its bringing on fainting spells. Such was my condition when I commenced the study of Christian Science, and what a wonderful change it brought. One by one my ailments dropped away, and then I commenced to realize that I was indeed free-born. Harmony now prevails where previously error seemed to reign. On one occasion I was awakened early in the morning with a severe attack of chills and vomiting, and toward evening the suffering became intense. I was aware that the cause was premature parturition. I sent for a practitioner, and I had not been treated more than half an hour when all pain ceased, and in two hours I was out of danger. Not until the next morning did I realize that I had been snatched from the grave, as it were. Mortification had set in, and parts of the body had become discolored. God is all in all, and "in him we live, and move, and have our being." While I give God all glory for my healing I ask that divine Love may reward our beloved Leader, Mrs. Eddy.—Mrs. A. R. Williams, Scranton, Pa.

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