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It is with a deep sense of gratitude that I herewith submit...
It is with a deep sense of gratitude that I herewith submit the account of the wonderful healing which was my first experience in Christian Science. Of the thirty-three years that I spent in Japan, fully two thirds were marred by suffering, invalidism, or convalescence. I had many physical diseases, such as typhoid malaria, heart trouble, abscesses, nervous prostration, stomach troubles, and so on. Often I stood face to face with death. Then at last, when I had been lying in bed for half a year, almost unable to move for weakness and weariness, the physicians discovered that I was suffering from a tumor. This new trouble, added to a lifetime of suffering, brought me to the end of both physical and mental strength. I feared life as much as death; and I knew I should never be able to go through what the physicians called a major operation, which was in store for me as the only resource. I was walking in the "valley of the shadow of death," despondent, suffering, hopeless.
Then there came to me a "still small voice," saying, Do you know anything about Christian Science? No, I did not; but I might just as well try that as anything else. I was taken to see a loving practitioner, who commenced to treat me. I shall never forget the result. Within a couple of weeks the tumor disappeared. I felt the very moment when I got relief; and I cried out for joy, for I knew that I was healed. And I understood how those who were healed by Jesus must have felt. Afterwards I was examined by two physicians, who declared that there was no sign of tumor to be found.
Protecting the City
WILLIAM E. BROWN
"Consider the lilies"
S. ELLA SHELHAMER
The Unity of Good
GENEVIEVE P. OLSON
Putting Joy into Our Work
MABEL R. PLATO
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As a Little Child
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- Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1925
"Friend of the friendless"
Albert F. Gilmore
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from J. George Dietrich, Gilbert C. Carpenter, Jr., Vincent H. P. Molteno, Rachel Goss Deyo, Alfred S. Wood, Sidney Osborn, May W. Mathias
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Frank T. McLean
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Elizabeth P. Adams
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Lillie F. Greene
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