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It is nearly three years since I became interested in Christian Science...
It is nearly three years since I became interested in Christian Science, and I wish it were possible to tell to all the joy, peace, comfort, and health which result from this new understanding of God and His manifestations.
Several years ago I slipped on an icy sidewalk, and in trying to prevent a fall I threw out my right arm, but at the same time twisted my back with such force that bones in both my back and shoulder were misplaced. The physician who was summoned, diagnosed the case as a bad sprain and recommended complete rest, rubbing, etc. After about six weeks I was able to be about, but could do only light work, as any sudden stooping would cause a catch in my back which would result in extreme suffering and confine me to bed for days at a time. It was impossible for me to raise my arm above my head; in fact, it was practically useless.
"If ye abide in me"
Refraction and Reflection
ELLEN R. FOSTER
Lethargy of Environment
GEORGE R. STEUART
AGNES MORLEY CLEAVELAND
Light in Our Dwellings
GUSTAVUS S. PAINE, PH.M.
The reprinting by The Scoop of an article from the...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
Pamphlets misrepresenting Christian Science have been...
Ezra W. Palmer
In The Beacon-News of recent date Captain—includes...
In The Oregonian of recent date a writer makes a very...
F. Elmo Robinson
"In deaths oft"
Annie M. Knott
"The Lord is my rock"
John B. Willis
Admission to Membership in The Mother Church
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from Ernest Klette , George A. Fleming, Frank Ottermann, Clara S. Hill
I do not think it possible to find any one whose antagonism...
Mattie P. Garber
In June, 1909, the teaching of Christian Science was unfolded...
Richard T. Greene
For years I have received blessings through Christian Science,...
Since I have been a student of Christian Science I have had...
"But Love alway!"
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from A. T. Bannister, J. E. Hinds