I write this in the hope that it may help some one as I have...

I write this in the hope that it may help some one as I have been helped by reading testimonies given in the Sentinel. In February, 1911, I left Asheville, where I had been for nearly two years in a sanitarium, for tuberculosis, and went to the home of my uncle in Fayetteville, N. C. He and his two daughters and a son were Scientists. The first night I was surprised that I was not tired out from the trip, and although we sat up and talked until twelve o'clock, I felt refreshed next day.

For eight years I had suffered from stomach trouble, and had to be very particular as to what I ate, but my cousins told me to eat anything I wanted, that it would not hurt me. I did try it, and there was no ill effect. When they told me that I could be healed in Christian Science, I thought that sounded very good, but I had not faith enough in it to send for a practitioner. However, I began to read in one of their books to see what was in it, and the more I read the more convinced I was that Christian Science is the right way. I began to improve, and this raised my hopes. I ate anything I wanted and it did not hurt me, and I began to grow stronger, so that I could walk with them through town. When I went to my uncle's home, I lay in bed part of the day, but I soon gave this up and went on long rides, sixteen miles in the country, without being fatigued.

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