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I am deeply grateful for what Christian Science has done...
I am deeply grateful for what Christian Science has done for me in many ways, both large and small.
On the tenth of December, 1923, I was dismissed from a hospital as incurable, with a cancer that had made great inroads. I had been doctoring with the best doctors I could find, and had been using radium; but the trouble seemed to get worse. The pain in my head had become so great I had to resort to drugs, but I could get no relief. With a wife and three small children depending upon me, I had tried hard to keep going; but finally came to where I did not know anything. I was lost to the world, and kept alive apparently only by the use of a drug. My wife had given up hope.
On the morning when I was at the worst stage, my sister, whom I had not seen for years, came to the door. She did not know my condition, and had not wanted to come at that time of the year; but her husband, having business there, had insisted on her coming to see me. She was then living in a distant city. Owing to the condition I was in (being drugged with morphine), I did not know her at all. My wife came in, but never having seen her, she did not know who she was. After a very trying time, however, they finally understood each other.
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Giving and Getting on Wednesday Evenings
WILLIAM R. RATHVON
Tillers of the Soil
CHRISTINE H. BEALS
WESLEY C. WILSON
Oneness with God
DOROTHY MURIEL CHARMAN
Sunday School Teaching
MARION N. BANDMAN
Just what was intended by the writer of "The Story of...
Frank C. Ayres, Committee on Publication for the State of Indiana,
Under the heading "Twilight Mood" a report appeared...
Thomas A. Wyles, Committee on Publication for South Australia,
Your editorial in a recent issue entitled "Fancy Religions"...
Mrs. Annie I. Rembert, Committee on Publication for the State of South Carolina,
In a recent issue a doctor places Christian Science under...
Miss Kate E. Andreae, Committee on Publication for Sussex, England,
Christian Science is not an invention of the human mind,...
Albert E. Lombard, Committee on Publication for Southern California,
In the report of a sermon published in your recent issue...
Aaron E. Brandt, Committee on Publication for the State of Pennsylvania,
"Fear not, ye men of Israel"
Albert F. Gilmore
God's Perfect Idea, Man
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from John Stanz, Eda L. Kaufmann
Nearly twenty-six years ago Christian Science came to...
B. Tatham Woodhead
I first became interested in Christian Science about...
Emma Alice Robinson
Never will I cease to be grateful that Christian Science...
Leonora L. Emery
With a heart full of gratitude for blessings received in...
Edith M. Morehouse
Since coming into Christian Science in the spring of 1916,...
Florence C. Wolf
"The Lord hath done great things for us; whereof we...
Our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, has made a wonderful...
Hellen Luvina Tongue
I should like to express my gratitude for Christian Science...
Edith Maud Cornish
VENIE E. WATSON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from G. Beesley Austin, Lee H. Hall