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In the spring of 1902, I had reaches the point where I...
In the spring of 1902, I had reaches the point where I could go no farther, that is, in the way i was going. I had been afflicted with epilepsy for five or six years, and had gone through the usual course of remedies applied in such cases, always expecting a cure, and always being disappointed. I had become very despondent and contemplated suicide as a relief to my sufferings, when I was led through a friend to go to a Christian Science practitioner. I was induced to purchase Science and Health, but I stipulated that at the end of thirty days I could return same and get back my money if I so desired. I still have the copy and am very grateful for what its teachings have done for my family and myself. I wish to say for the benefit of others that I was overcome only twice after commencing treatment,—the last time over two years ago. I have also lost the tobacco habit, and have been healed of constipation and other ailments. From one hundred and thirty pounds I now weigh one hundred and sixty-five pounds. Some of the physicians scarcely recognize me, so great is the change.
I do not yet understand much of Christian Science, but I know that discord in whatever guise is wrong and therefore unreal. One who knows nothing of Christian Science cannot understand this statement, but through the study of Science and Health I have partly realized its truth and know that it is only a question of understanding when all will be realized. I have not only been benefited physically but financially as well. I am a different man from any point of view. I am very grateful to our Leader, through whose teachings I have obtained a gleam of this blessed truth, and I hereby acknowledge my obligation to her.
A Holy Habitation
BLANCHE H. HOGUE.
Why Science First Appealed to Me
FRANCES HOLBROOK PFEIFFER.
"This kind can come out by nothing, save by prayer"
WILLIAM HOLMAN JENNINGS.
"The way of salvation"
M. MAC L.E.
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G. Howard Wilson
Does not our critic see that if sin is real, then every time...
Charles D. Reynolds
with contributions from Esther Watson, John V. Dittemore, T. W. Illman, Lewis C. Strang
"Proof, security, and authority"
John E. Fellers
The Views of a Physician
Peace and Progress
Annie M. Knott
In Him We Move
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
Franc B. Curry with contributions from Margaret Harley, Daise G. Molony, Emma De Prosse, Wm. M. Goodwin
It seems to me that the time has come when I should give...
Isaac S. Ambrose
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I write of what...
Alice G. Klein
While still confronted with problems that seem unsolved,...
Effie J. Fletcher
My best expression of gratitude to our dear Leader, Mrs. Eddy,...
After an unsuccessful operation, I turned to Christian Science,...
Virginia H. Remmer
I feel impelled to write of the blessings which are mine...
Fanny G. T. Miles
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with contributions from W. F. Whitlock, W. J. Dawson
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase