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I have no doubt, nor has my family, that I owe my health,...
I have no doubt, nor has my family, that I owe my health, and even my very life, to the truth revealed in Christian Science. In 1902 I suffered the first attack of what was diagnosed by three physicians as intestinal catarrh. For three years the attacks occurred with great frequency and severity, until in the summer of 1905 I was a worn, suffering, despairing invalid. The physician who was in daily attendance told my family I probably would not live until autumn.
My mother had been for several years a student of Christian Science. She had studied alone, with no opportunity to attend church services or to have the encouragement of practitioners and Christian Science friends. I was touched by her patient devotion as she nursed me, and resolved to go to see a practitioner, that she might feel after I was gone that everything possible had been done for me, and so not be troubled by vain regrets. I went with no hope or expectancy of healing. When I reached the home of the practitioner I was so weak that I had to rest upon a couch before I could talk to her. I went out from that home with the conviction that I was healed, and that a new life of joy and opportunity lay before me. There had been awakened in me a desire to study, to investigate this new truth. At my request I continued for several weeks to visit the practitioner, that she might guide me in my study. I saw that I must, myself, maintain the harmony which had come to me. The days seemed too short as I read eagerly the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. Then I turned to the Bible. Could it be that I had all these years been so blind to what was therein? I read the New Testament through in a few weeks and found that Science and Health was indeed a priceless "key" to it.
NELLIE B. MACE
Now versus Time
DELLA M. WHITNEY
Man in God's Image
SARAH V. CORNELIUS
Standing Unmoved under Fire
EARL A. RUSSELL
"The babe we are to cherish"
LEONORA L. EMERY
The Truth of Being
OLIVIA A. HOMER
"As a little child"
ELLA A. STONE
The letter in Time, March 26, purporting to be from...
Judge Clifford P. Smith, Committee on Publication of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Massachusetts,
In a letter by a doctor in a recent issue he again places...
Miss Kate E. Andreae, Committee on Publication for Sussex, England,
It is easier to pull down than to construct
Mrs. Caroline Getty, Committee on Publication for France,
Reports of an evangelist's sermons, appearing in recent...
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
- Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1927
ANNE CLEVELAND CHENEY
Man as Image
Albert F. Gilmore
Ella W. Hoag
with contributions from Helene D. Allward, John B. Paul, Eleanor M. Gibbs, George W. Russell
It is indeed a great privilege, as well as a joy, to use this...
A few days after I had become interested in Christian Science...
Cecily Marguerite Thew
I did not take up Christian Science for physical healing,...
E. Eva Farrell
For many years before knowing anything about Christian Science...
Ruby M. Whiteside
Through the study of the Christian Science textbook,...
Harry Alden Dodge with contributions from Minnie W. Dodge
The law of God, as expressed in Christian Science, has...
Louise A. Brown
When I first began the study of Christian Science the...
Elsie J. Clifford
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Arnold N. Hoath, Ditman Larsen