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When Christian Science was first brought to my notice I...
When Christian Science was first brought to my notice I was in a deplorable condition. While I did not accept its ministrations without considerable opposition, an improvement was soon noticeable. I had suffered two very severe breakdowns. The first occurred in the autumn of 1896 and was diagnosed as nervous dyspepsia. My stomach and nervous system suddenly became so completely deranged as to make me unfit for my regular work, and for more than eight months I was compelled to be practically idle. When recovered sufficiently to resume my vocation, medicine and stimulants were employed to keep me going, and as time went on the quantities of both were constantly increased.
In 1906 another collapse came. This time an internal abscess was said to be the outstanding cause, but a general complication of ailments was in evidence. I was operated on for the abscess and that particular affliction was removed, but the others seemed if anything to become worse. Although the wounds healed, my general health did not improve. I tried a number of different schools of medicine and modes of healing, and went from one doctor to another, but got weaker all the time.
Scientific Teaching in the Sunday School
LUCY HAYS REYNOLDS
Awake in the Night
SAMUEL JOHNSTONE MACDONALD
Gratitude to Mrs. Eddy
FLORENCE CLERIHEW BOYD
ESTHER B. MC LAUGHLIN
Talking with God
TRUMAN H. RICE
The effort of a public speaker to besmirch the character...
Lloyd B. Coate
Christian Scientists do not endeavor to isolate themselves,...
It is now forty-two years since Mrs. Eddy first published...
W. Stuart Booth
In the report of a recent sermon there is a reference to...
Charles W. J. Tennant
William P. McKenzie
The Science of Liberty
William D. McCrackan
What God Hath Joined Together
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from T. P. Laird, John C. F. Slayton, Salem A. Hart, Jr., Eldred H. Warner, Hugh Stuart Campbell, Helen Snow, Lillian C. Kenyon, Asyth L. Hawk
Early in 1916 I joined the army, and I did so without...
Edwin Albert Garner
Five years before I learned of Christian Science the doctor...
I have gained so much help from reading the testimonies of...
Frank L. Grannis with contributions from Laura Johnston Grannis
Such a beautiful illustration of God's way of caring for...
Marcia E. Gaier
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from William Arnold Shanklin, John G. Hill, Joseph Fort Newton