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When at a public luncheon, I inhaled something that apparently...
When at a public luncheon, I inhaled something that apparently closed my windpipe, and I could not breathe. I arose and went to another part of the room and endeavored to help myself metaphysically. This I was not successful in doing, due perhaps to fear. I was on the verge of losing consciousness when it occurred to me to walk to where a Christian Scientist was sitting at a table, a short distance away. I managed to make known to her my condition. The trouble was quickly overcome, and I was able to finish the duties which I had to perform at the meeting, with perhaps only one or two, other than the Scientist and myself, noticing the difficutly. This is the fourth time that Christian Science has come to my rescue in an extremity.
Words but faintly express the gratitude I feel for this great truth, and the blessings it is constantly bringing to mankind. It is indeed the revelation of God to this age through our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, and is a self-evident revival of the teachings of Christ Jesus.
The Democracy of Mind
Grace and Gratitude
CLARKE F. HUNN
Our Rightful Heritage
HILDA MARY STEPHENSON
Loving Our Enemies
BERTINE L. STEERE
FREDERICK D. CULVER
EDWARD O. AUGE
More than Conquerors
MARY A. MACOMBER
The Absolute Beginning
Gustavus S. Paine
At the time of my first healing in Christian Science I was...
Pearl L. Parker with contributions from Ella Heywood Smith
I am very grateful for all that Christian Science means...
John Henry Alexander
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Some years ago, while still a member of a denominational...
Francis T. Smith
About six years ago I became afficted with what five attending...
Caroline A. Roehl
With thanks to God and gratitude to our dear Leader, Mary Baker Eddy,...
Edna Patterson McClelland
Words can only express in a very small measure what...
To Him that Hath
EVELINE A. ELLIS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Frederick Dixon, Perceval Frutiger, Foster Watson, Alfred Noyes, Sydney Olivier
with contributions from Charles E. Jarvis