It is with joy that I testify to the demonstrableness of...

It is with joy that I testify to the demonstrableness of Christian Science. One day, when I was feeling a great responsibility for the error of a member of my family, an article in the Sentinel revealed to me that I was holding a sense of personal control over this one. As I realized the fact of God's ability to govern all His ideas, immediately I was healed of this worry, and a wave of gratitude for Christian Science and for the periodicals came to me. When we search for help and honestly desire to understand that what God does not create does not really exist, we are guided to harmony of thought through the channels of our church.

I once lost a valuable ring on a golf course. Leaves covered the ground, and for a minute it looked like an impossible task to solve. Having learned that we must demonstrate over each and every problem correctly, according to God's rule, I knew that the real man always reflects honesty. I asked for help in Christian Science, and at the end of ten days a woman telephoned that her son, a caddy, had found the ring. This is only one of the many wonderful proofs I have had of God's power.

Sometimes we get discouraged when progress seems slow; but when we look back and see ourselves as we were before the coming of the truth to us through the divine revelation of our blessed Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, gratitude is beyond words. It is my earnest desire to reflect Love and Truth, to be obedient, and to be always ready to give a cup of cold water in Christ's name.

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June 8, 1929

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