In 1893 I was in a railroad accident, and sustained some...

In 1893 I was in a railroad accident, and sustained some very serious injuries. I was kept in plaster of Paris for seven months, and after that was taken off, the doctors put on a jacket made of steel and leather. I wore it for several years and spent a good deal of money in trying to get cured, but I suffered all the time until I took Christian Science treatment. I was then cured in one week, at a very slight cost. One doctor had treated me for a good long time and had done me but little or no good, and he said Christian Science had done more for me than he could do. I am thankful for what this truth has done for me.—W. I. Wyatt, Sioux City, Ia.

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PROMISE
July 20, 1907
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