bird, so care-free and joyous,Up in the topmost bough—full-throated, glad,God's humble messenger, type of true freedomThat lifts the weary, the sick, and the sad,
is nothing the human mind so much enjoys as continuing in a rut.
study of history is one helpful remedy for mortal conceit, since in all ages mortal belief in its various phases has supposed itself able to annul the unfolding effectiveness of Truth, and yet in all ages Truth manifest has been indefeasible, demonstrating real good to be the accomplished fact in spite of merely mortal endeavors.
, little word thou art with letters four,So grim, forbidding, yet full of life's best lore.
I have been healed by Christian Science of physical, mental, and moral disorders.
I first became interested in Christian Science at a time when I was very much discouraged over the results of an operation, upon the success of which I had based so much hope for health.
From early childhood I was considered by the physicians as being of frail and delicate physique.
It is a joy to think that my few words of testimony to the truth as taught in Christian Science may be the light to shine in some one's mental darkness.
It was some ten or eleven years ago that I first became interested in Christian Science, and although I derived great benefit from it then, I did not continue with the study for more than about two years.
It is with the deepest sense of gratitude to God for all the blessings received through Christian Science that I offer my testimony, hoping it may be as helpful to some one else as the testimonies of others have been to me.
During the past three years it has been proved to me many times that "the word of God is quick and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword.
The first healing in our family through Christian Science was of our youngest boy.
I am indeed very grateful for some understanding of the truth.
I am thankful to God that I was led to read "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy.
It was while suffering from kidney stone that my attention was first drawn to Christian Science.
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