What the Truth Will Do

As I read our Leader's words in the Sentinel of January 6, relative to Christmas for the children, in which she gives her wise admonition that we do not teach our children the old Santa Claus traditions, I am reminded of the healing of a little child which it was my privilege to witness, and which may be of interest to others.

It was nearing the Christmas holidays some five or six years ago, when I was hastily summoned to see a sick child. Upon reaching the home I found a little girl, perhaps six years of age. tossing on her pillow in delirium. The family were too frightened to tell me anything of the particulars of the case further than that she had been in this distressing condition for twenty-four hours.

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