When I wish to overcome some difficulty, I often turn to...

When I wish to overcome some difficulty, I often turn to the testimonies in the Sentinel or Journal, and I am sure to get the help I need. I therefore send my testimony, that it may in turn help some one else.

I had been in poor health for a number of years, and in the spring of 1900 I slipped on an icy step and fell, badly injuring my right wrist. Our children were in school and the housework depended on me, so in a few days I was using the hand, but it was soon in such a condition that I could do so no longer. The doctor said that rheumatism had set in and he could do nothing for it. I did my work until about the middle of the summer with my left hand, when that completely gave out, and I was so helpless that I could hardly feed myself. The trouble gradually spread all over me, so that I could not walk, and later it was very painful for me even to sit in a chair or lie on the bed, as I had to do most of the time for ten years. I tried different doctors but never got any permanent help.

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