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For six or seven years I was a semi-invalid, suffering...
For six or seven years I was a semi-invalid, suffering from what is called gastritis, enteritis, and appendicitis. During that time I had three operations and underwent many treatments, but none of them proved of any real benefit, and finally I was told that I should never be really strong and well again. Then I turned to Christian Science and was healed. I am a new woman, both mentally and physically. I can now eat anything, am quite strong, and am rejoicing in the privilege of helping others into the glorious light and liberty of the children of God. The joy of giving out this beautiful truth to others does indeed bring with it blessings that cannot be measured.
(Miss) Lilian Porter, Hampstead, London, England.
The Good Shepherd
MARY H. CUMMINS
"Let your light so shine"
LOUIS J. LEWIS
Lessons from the Child Thought
FLORENCE PARKER ATWOOD
In the Direction of Light
JESSIE ARMSTRONG HELMAN
ESTHER L. SAMPSON
In a recent issue there appears a report of a sermon...
George R. Lowe
Be a Law to Yourself
William P. McKenzie
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from Isabel Marvin, Saidee V. Milne, Agnata F. Butler, John Dow, Ian George Watt, Ann Friendlich, J. Edwin Jensen, Edward G. Carter
From a heart overflowing with gratitude I send this testimony,...
Mary E. McMillen
As one who has derived untold benefit from the study of...
Gussie Cummings with contributions from Frank Cummings
After a few weeks' illness with what the physician called...
I have been reading the Bible and the Christian Science...
D. L. Shurtleff
Nearly thirty years ago my mother was healed, through...
Elza Stephens Graham
Many blessings have come to me during the seventeen...
Louise Beemer Holeman
For one who has been lifted out of a mental and physical...
Wallace E. Howard
About four years ago I was suffering from stomach and...
Charles Foerster with contributions from Charles Foerster
Nine years ago I could not play the games of boyhood...
C. Raymond Naramore
Signs of the Times
with contributions from W. B. Cartwright, William H. P. Faunce