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Christian Science has done so much for me, it seems...
Christian Science has done so much for me, it seems that I could not tell it all. At the time when this truth was brought to me I was in despair, all hope gone. I had prayed to God until I felt that if there was a God He had forgotten me. I was suffering from a catarrhal trouble, which was supposed to be hereditary; but, thanks be to Christian Science, I can say with Paul, "The law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death." Everything that could be done by physicians was done, including serious operations at different times. I was constantly using medicine, and the thought occurred to me very often, Will I always have to take medicine? It seemed as if there was no other way, but the time came when even medicine was of no avail. My throat had become so affected that swallowing was extremely painful, and my tongue was in a dreadful condition. I was even obliged to sit up in order to sleep, but I had no desire to go to a doctor, for I had lost all faith in them.
When Christian Science was brought to my notice, I said I would try it. The Bible, which I used to read more from a sense of duty than for love of it, because I did not understand it, I now read with joy and gladness, for its pages are illumined by Truth and Love. I thank God for Christian Science, as it has given me a God who is Love, and "perfect love casteth out fear."
Mrs. Mary Felton, New York, N. Y.
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"THE SWORD OF THE SPIRIT"
ARTHUR E. JENNINGS.
"WATCH YE THEREFORE"
ANNIE M. PAYNE.
THE CHANGED THOUGHT
THE NINETY-FIRST PSALM
ELLEN ALMIRA DOW.
Our critic is right in stating that Christian Science "is...
J. V. Dittemore
Our critic's assumption that the Christian Scientist in the...
George Shaw Cook
We would like to ask our critic if he considers the Mind...
H. Coulson Fairchild
The gentleman who is discussing Christian Science in...
Willard S. Mattox
A recent criticism delivered at the Museum of Art is...
Charles K. Skinner
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLICATION
Annie M. Knott
A HAZARDOUS CONCLUSION
John B. Willis
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
with contributions from Frank Householder, Louise Delisle Radzinski, Susan A. Beauchamp, Tyna P. Stillwell, Katharine McBean, Marguerite Lynn, Blanche S. Shannon, Chas. L. Dunham, Gertrude E. Salter, Mary Rice Brinton, John F. Phillips
with contributions from Clifford P. Smith, Ben M. Smith, Frederick Neudorff
As it is now over three years since I was healed in...
Clara J. Swanets
I am glad indeed to express publicly my gratitude for...
Susan Ames Deering
It is about nine years since I came into Christian Science
Ernest Ruoff with contributions from Cora Ruoff
I wish to express my heartfelt thankfulness for the many...
Hattie L. Phillips
Humbly, prayerfully, and with an earnest desire that...
I. I. Hildreth with contributions from Grace N. Deming
I am glad to be able to add my testimony to those of...
Margaret E. Hamann
It is with the greatest pleasure that I submit my testimony...
Frank S. Hornbeck
Before Christian Science was brought to my notice I...
Jean C. Green
Seven years ago I learned what it means to "trust in the...
W. J. Cantonwine
My heart is full of gratitude for my understanding of...
In gratitude to God for all the blessings which have...
Caroline A. Breadner
MARION COOK STOW
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from C. A. S. Dwight