SOWING "BESIDE ALL WATERS."

In humble gratitude for a new understanding of God as only good, and for many personal healings and other blessings, I add this statement of what even a slight understanding of Christian Science has accomplished, in the hope that it may help to establish the reign of peace and harmony in some other home.

About the first of February, 1909, while on a railway train between my home city and a small town where my business takes me every few days, I saw a boy of fourteen years carrying his sister of six years, who was badly deformed and seemed very ill. Their appearance suggested misery and abject poverty, and there were few dry eyes in the car as I made inquiry regarding them and learned that their home was on rented land out from a neighboring town, and the mother a widow with seven children. It seemed that they were in very reduced circumstances, but a relative in Milwaukee had furnished a small amount of money to help the mother to try a certain treatment in my home city for this little girl.

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