I have always loved our Wednesday evening testimony...

I have always loved our Wednesday evening testimony meetings, and have been helped much by testimonies given there, consequently I have realized that necessary as it is to tell others at these meetings of the reason of the hope that is in us, it is also necessary to send our testimonies to the Sentinel or Journal.

Eleven years ago I was a woman without hope, and after a severe breakdown was told by the doctor that I ought to be glad I was suffering from heart trouble, as it was such a clean disease. I was not glad, but was bitterly resentful and terribly unhappy. I did not want to die, and although I did not ascribe my suffering to the Almighty directly, I felt that somehow I was very badly treated. Things went from bad to worse, and at last there was supposed to be no hope of recovery. During all the physical suffering my mental state was worse. I tried to read the Bible, but obtained no relief. I then decided to have no more medical treatment, so dismissed doctors and nurses, and daily was carried into the garden that I might die there, for I had no hope.

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