The greatest blessing of my life I consider to be Christian Science

The greatest blessing of my life I consider to be Christian Science. In the eight years of my earnest study of its teachings, I have been immeasurably benefited, mentally, morally, spiritually, physically, and financially. The Bible and "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs. Eddy, are daily joy and food. The Sentinel, Journal, and other authorized publications are founts of spiritual truth, whence only good can flow. The Christian Science Monitor, its masterful editorials, its treatment and variety of events vital, is indeed a well of wisdom and interest.

On page 1 of Science and Health Mrs. Eddy tells us that "desire is prayer." A simple wish sincerely expressed destroyed my pleasure in the use of tobacco after the so-called enjoyment of it in various forms for over twenty years. The demonstration was made with no help from practitioners or undue effort on my part, and may be likened to the darkness giving way to the sunshine. The annual recurrence of a throat affection has also vanished into its native nothingness. There has been no return of the trouble in over six years. In my capacity of musical director I find the teachings of Christian Science a daily help in handling orchestras and demonstrating perfection in my work. I am very grateful for the reading rooms all along my travels, and to the courtesy of the librarians therein.

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