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About four years ago I had what is known as granulated...
About four years ago I had what is known as granulated eyelids. I was unable to open them, as I seemed to have lost control of the muscles of my eyes. I went to one of the best eye specialists in Los Angeles, and in about six weeks the granulation seemed to be cured, but the sight was practically gone. The physician told me he had done all that he could do for me, and I went home pretty well discouraged. I tried material means in every way for about six months more, and at the end of that time my son suggested Christian Science. I went to a Christian Science practitioner, and received benefit after the first treatment. I had nineteen treatments in all, and I can now see to read the finest print without glasses, and my sight is continually improving. The treatments also cured me of the smoking habit.
For this healing I am very thankful to God, and grateful to Mrs. Eddy.—S. E. Bisbee, South Pasadena, Cal.
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