Mrs. Eddy says, "Giving does not impoverish us in the...

Mrs. Eddy says, "Giving does not impoverish us in the service of our Maker, neither does withholding enrich us" (Science and Health, p. 79); and it is with the hope of sharing the good that has come to me that I write this testimony.

As a child I was considered delicate, and from the age of five had fainting spells, which were supposed to be inherited. While at boarding-school I had St. Vitus' dance, and as my father was a druggist, naturally many material means were tried. At times I seemed benefited, but the trouble returned, and there was the constant fear of its recurrence. After I married, my whole thought was of my sickness,—and how wretched I felt! I was trying many remedies, but with no permanent results.

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