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In March, 1914, I became interested in Christian Science
In March, 1914, I became interested in Christian Science. I was depressed, weary, tired, and discord seemed so great in my home that I felt there was nothing to do but ask God for help. I prayed He would send the Holy Ghost, the Comforter, to us all. Next day a lady asked me to attend a Christian Science lecture, and while listening to it I felt I should never take medicine any more—all desire for it left me. Although I did not know it at the time, I had an instantaneous healing of chronic stomach trouble. I had been on a diet for two months, but that night ate a hearty supper, then went to bed and slept as I had not done for years. Then I knew Christian Science was what I needed.
The following day I opened the Journal given me at the lecture and looked up the address of the nearest practitioner. At that first visit to the practitioner I found peace such as the world cannot give or take away, peace for myself and for those in my home. The uplift was beautiful, and I was straightway cured of a skin disease of ten years' standing. Since then I have been healed of bronchial catarrh, and have never had to stay in bed an hour or keep indoors on account of illness. I can go out in all kinds of weather in peace and safety.
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