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I came into Christian Science like the majority of people,...
I came into Christian Science like the majority of people,—I forced to accept its help for physical troubles. I had what the doctors called systemic catarrh. It had caused deafness and stomach trouble, also hemorrhoids. I had been taking all kinds of remedies for several years, but grew gradually worse. I had tried everything I could hear of, and finally the doctors told me that I never would be well again unless I submitted to a surgical operation for the piles and hemorrhoids. I declined to do so, and about this time a friend suggested that I try Christian Science. I do not think there was any one more prejudiced against Christian Science than I was at that time, and I felt insulted. The friend persisted, however, and I finally told him I would go with him to see a practitioner, which I did, and I decided to take a month's treatment. I was given a copy of Science and Health to read. I then thought I could not understand it, and at the end of the month I sent it back.
A short time after this my wife was prevailed upon to try Christian Science for her health, which had been very poor for several years. She, like myself, was about discouraged with doctors and medicines, and decided to give Christian Science a trial. This of course brought Science and Health back into our home, and I began to read it again. I kept on reading it, and made up my mind that there was something in it, but I thought it was not for me. I, how ever, bought a copy, with the intention of solving the problem if I possibly could. I went on reading and taking medicine at the same time. I kept this up for about two years, while I gradually grew worse, and was very much discouraged and depressed.
The Impermanence of Evil
REV. WILLIAM P. MC KENZIE.
Substance or Shadow?
WILLIAM B. TURNER.
The New Tongue
EVELYN NOBLE SCHROEDER.
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CHARLES K. SKINNER
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EZRA W. PALMER
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MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
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ANNIE M. KNOTT
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Letters to our Leader
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M. H. GUTHRIE
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EVIE T. NORTHRUP
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RACHEL E. SMITH
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From my earliest childhood I never knew what it was to...
MINNIE T. YOST
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M. ISABELLE HUTCHINSON
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E. B. MABURY.
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