The unfoldment of good through the study of Christian...

The unfoldment of good through the study of Christian Science, both as to better morals and better health, has indeed been a source of great blessing to me. I found that as I became more conscious of the government of divine Mind I had a much clearer thought as to decision for right action, and unconsciously the physical disorders, which included indigestion and constipation, a yearly attack of grip, and frequent severe colds, vanished. For all these blessings I am deeply grateful. The overcoming of extreme sensitiveness as to the attitude of others toward me is a source of joy. Then, too, the added courage and joy resulting from the study of the truth found in the Bible together with the writings of Mrs. Eddy, the revelator of the truth to this age, and the Christian Science literature have been cause for continual thankfulness.

I am indeed thankful to God for His wondrous works to the children of men, and as man demonstrates the allness of God by overcoming seeming obstructions, dominion is his, and he becomes harmonious and is a more useful citizen, a more valued friend, a wiser counselor, and a more loving neighbor. I trust that this little message of gratitude may encourage others who are looking for spiritual light on life's journey.—(Mrs.) HELEN R. CARPENTER, Cleveland, Ohio.

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