"Nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me"

"Nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me." I was privileged to experience the truth of these words of Paul when some time ago I was lying ill and battling with death. For many months I had suffered from severe stomach and bladder trouble, the doctor's verdict being ulcers of the stomach and bladder. Every available medical remedy, from the nature cure to homeopathy had been tried, but in vain, and it seemed as thought the claim of evil was going to triumph, for I had lost all hope of recovery.

That "the darkest hour precedes the dawn" was indeed proved true to me when a Christian Science practitioner came and comforted me. When the memorable day dawned, the star of Truth arose with it for me. He who is in constantly increasing pain and torture and facing "the last enemy," can appreciate the joy which came over me following some degree of spiritual awakening. With untiring patience on the part of the practitioner Christian Science was unfolded to me. My questions were answered, seeming retrogressions were overcome, together with numerous mental conflicts. After the third treatment the pain left me, and fear of inanimate matter disappeared. I commenced eating, could get up, and gained in weight from the first week until normal weight was attained. I commenced to read the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs. Eddy, with enthusiasm and to look forward to each dawning day, whereas formerly I dreaded it, as each day brought only torture and suffering. And so I, who previously was discontented, became a contented, happy, harmonious being, and besides gaining spiritual good, received the blessing of health.

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