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As a child I was always considered delicate, and as I grew...
As a child I was always considered delicate, and as I grew up I had bilious attacks, constipation, headaches, indigestion, and trouble with my eyes, and was continually taking medicine for something. I had what the doctors called brain fever, and later on typhoid fever. About this time I met a friend on the train who told me about her healing in Christian Science. It impressed me very much, and I felt I should like to know more about this religion; but I did not begin the study of it then. My mother was a Bible student, and I grew up in the Sunday school and church; but I had never been satisfied with my understanding of the Bible, so had laid it aside, thinking I did not understand it.
Then my health became worse, and the doctor said I had a fibroid tumor and must be operated on in two weeks, or I would not have the strength to go through an operation. It was then I remembered about Christian Science, and decided to have treatment. My healing was slow, for I had much of self-pity to overcome. Strength was my greatest need, but I soon learned that God is my life, my strength, my all. I went about knowing that I lived, moved, and had my being in Mind, Spirit, not in matter.
"The Church Universal and Triumphant"
CHARLES V. WINN
The Highway of Our God
ALICE E. THOMPSON
No Need for Delay in Healing
Laying Down False Burdens
The Upward Look
JOSEPH G. ALDEN
The Power of God
JULIA M. JOHNSTON
In your issue of April 12th there appears a synopsis of...
Charles W. J. Tennant,
It is doubtful whether "R.S." meant his letter in the...
Miss Dora M. Kisch, Committee on Publication for the Transvaal, South Africa,
An item appearing in the March 6 issue of the Tribune-Times...
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
An eminent writer in your issue of February 11 would...
Frank C. Ayres, Committee on Publication for the State of Indiana,
- Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1929
KATHARINE ALICE WITTER
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Violet Ker Seymer
"Stand porter at the door of thought"
with contributions from Elsa W. Smith, Clifford B. Marshall, Jerome N. Moran, Julius Metzger, Norman Z. Ball, Lucy E. Mann, Lilian Peterson, Rodman W. Hicks
Many years ago, while living in St. Paul, Minnesota, I...
Christian Science has been a guiding and shining light to...
Benjamin F. Lewis
I took up the study of Christian Science about ten years...
Etta Gould Malmberg
Overflowing gratitude and thankfulness to God, to Christ Jesus,...
Marie Louise Liechti-Vuille
In the Proverbs of Solomon it is written, "A merry heart...
Margaret Henderson Soulé
With a heart overflowing with gratitude and thanksgiving...
Alfred M. Meyer
LOU-VEE B. SIEGFRIED
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Robert L. Evans, Wilbur P. Thirkield, Dwight Bradley, William T. Gunn, William D. Goble