[Translated from the German.]

I wish to give thanks for the instantaneous healing which...

I wish to give thanks for the instantaneous healing which I experienced a few months ago. One day I was taken with pleurisy in a severe form, and suffered terrible pain. As my understanding of Christian Science was not sufficient to meet the condition, I applied to a practitioner for treatment. It was about noon when I dropped her a few lines, and I was suffering terribly at the time, but in the afternoon the pain subsided, and the next morning I felt well, so that I was able to go to the practitioner's and thank her for the help which had come through her. She gave me another treatment, as the sense of stitches in the lungs had not entirely disappeared; but I was perfectly well the following day. Soon after this experience another illness took hold of me, and I again felt that I must ask for help, as it kept me from attending to my household duties. The truth was declared for me, with the result that within a few days I was completely restored.

I am very grateful indeed for the quick relief which I experienced on both occasions, and I shall strive to understand more and more of this truth, and to practise it in my daily life as much as I can, for in this way only are we able to prove our deep-felt gratitude to God, also to Mrs Eddy for her labors for humanity.

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