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In the summer of 1894 I was suffering greatly from rheumatism,...
In the summer of 1894 I was suffering greatly from rheumatism, stomach trouble, and what was diagnosed as gallstones. I was told by my physician that only an operation could relieve me, but he did not promise me a complete recovery. At that time I had two sisters who were living in the West, and they were Christian Scientists. When they learned of my condition, they wrote and asked me to try Christian Science; but I felt so much antagonism to what I thought it was, that I could not consent even to give it a trial. My sisters, feeling very anxious for me to be healed, and knowing that materia medica was almost powerless in such cases, invited me to pay them a visit. I was then living in the South, and my husband thought the trip would be too expensive were I to take the children with me; and strange to say, much as I loved my sisters and longed to see them, the dislike I felt for Christian Science seemed in a manner to overcome the disappointment of not seeing them, for I felt quite sure that they intended to induce me to try Christian Science. When they found why I could not come to them, however, they sent me a check to defray all expenses, with a request for me to come as soon as I was able. This I was very happy to do.
We arrived about tea time, loaded with medicines, which I began to take before the meal, though my sisters asked if I had not tried medicine long enough. After supper they began to tell me about Christian Science and what it had done for them and others. I listened with the greatest interest and seemed to forget all about my dislike for it, and in a short time I realized very clearly that Christian Science is the coming again of the truth which Christ Jesus taught and which he said would make us free. I was healed before we retired for the night, and "the physical senses" were forced to "give up their false testimony" (Science and Health, p. 192); then I realized so beautifully what Paul writes concerning our transformation through the renewing of the mind.
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