In August, 1915, I experienced a second attack of nervous...

In August, 1915, I experienced a second attack of nervous breakdown, and was given very little hope by the physicians that I would ever be strong again. They advised me to seek a lower altitude, and I did so, but without any relief. To mortal sense I was a physical wreck, greatly reduced in weight and very much discouraged. I spent many weary and sleepless nights. While in this state of mind Christian Science was presented to me, and after reading Science and Health and attending church, I asked a practitioner for treatment. My condition began to improve at once, and in a very short time I was healed. That was over two years ago and there has been no return of nervousness. Only those who have passed through such suffering can realize my joy now.

I am indeed grateful for the many blessings that have come to our home. The tobacco habit, to which I was a slave, has been overcome, and I am a free man.

Henry Engnell, Terraville, S. Dak.

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April 27, 1918

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