In Psalms we read, "Oh that men would praise the Lord...

In Psalms we read, "Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men"! One of God's most wonderful gifts to me was a direct answer to prayer, which placed me beyond the possibility of a doubt that Christian Science is the truth. Was not that a precious gift? A new world opened up to me. It seemed almost as though I was living in Christ Jesus' time, and I realized that the understanding of God's healing power which Jesus knew had been revealed to Mrs. Eddy.

Many are the blessings I have received from Christian Science, for which I cannot be grateful enough. I would like to tell of a wonderful demonstration over the sense of fear and pain in having dental work done. I had been filled with fear from childhood of having teeth extracted, and some time ago, while in the city of Minneapolis, I needed to have some dental work done. But the same old fear began to steal over me, and I would have given much to have been spared what seemed to me a terrible ordeal. I was then led to a Christian Science practitioner, and with her help I was enabled to go calmly to a dentist's office and to ask the dentist to extract my teeth. Five were removed without any sense of pain. There was still a root to be taken, which broke at the first attempt, and when it was out the dentist said, "I know that must have hurt you." I thought to myself that it did a trifle, but it was hardly worth mentioning, and I told him so. This demonstration to me was wonderful beyond the telling, and my heart is filled with gratitude to God for His goodness to me. I wish that every one who has to pass through the same ordeal might have the same kind of help. I sometimes wonder that our hearts are not always overflowing with gratitude to God.—Mrs. E. S. Wixon, Dowagiac, Mich.

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