On reading in the Sentinel a testimony in regard to...

On reading in the Sentinel a testimony in regard to the victory of Truth in the case of an injured ankle, I decided to supplement it with a statement of two of my own similar experiences, one of them being a fall when descending from a trolley car some years ago, the other a recent fall on leaving an elevator. In the latter case there were people around who kindly lifted me and gave me a chair. They gave me the most friendly assistance, one dear young lady offering to accompany me; but, thank God, I learned that the only real help is in the way of truth. So, holding to the thought of God as Love and Life, and thanking my kind fellow-beings, I rose and walked (though tottering at first) several blocks, and went into other stores before taking the cars for home. No one at home, in either case, has known of the untoward experiences, though the first cost several days of seeming endurance; this last only two or three of a sense of weakness. But I know that God fulfils His promise, "I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people." Glory be to God, who giveth us to triumph through Christ.—Frances W. Gesner, New York, N. Y.

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Testimony of Healing
While passing through a critical period of my life I...
May 4, 1907

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