It is indeed a privilege and a joy to express my heartfelt...

It is indeed a privilege and a joy to express my heartfelt gratitude for all the good that has come into my life since I first became interested in Christian Science in March, 1915. For six years and four months prior to that time I had been an invalid, spending all of the time in tuberculosis sanitariums, from which I finally came out, pronounced incurable. I started to say that I came back home, but by that time we did not have a home; and at the last minute the people where my mother was boarding asked her to find another place for me, as they preferred that she should not take me there. My mother and I had talked of Christian Science, and had fully decided we would try it when I came back to Baltimore; and I am convinced that the working out of the problem of finding a home for me was our first proof of God's loving care. In desperation, as I was to leave the sanitarium the next day, my mother turned to God, and was led to the place where we made our home for nearly five years, until God again led us to another one—this time our own.

After my return I immediately started to attend the Christian Science church services, asked for help from a practitioner, and studied the textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, day and night. My healing was rapid. At the end of two months I went back to business college, and in one month more, just three months after I had started to study the textbook, I took a position in the business world, where I am still employed.

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