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I am more grateful for Mrs. Eddy's writings, her church,...
I am more grateful for Mrs. Eddy's writings, her church, and the publications she established than for anything else in the world. Although I had always loved the church, I had never known or heard of God as infinite divine Mind, Truth, Principle. Certain ones of two generations of my family before me had searched through long years for an understanding of God, for a right solution of the problems of human existence, so it seemed fitting to me that I should find the answer to their prayers in Christian Science.
Through this study I have been healed of tuberculosis. This healing covered a period of several years, and it was only as my understanding increased that the symptoms gradually disappeared. I have also been healed of a lifelong intestinal trouble; and other problems have been solved, one of the most important being that of place. I am grateful for two more recent healings which seem small, but each one meant much to me. One of these was the healing of toothache. The other healing was of quite painful blisters on both of my heels, caused by a pair of shoes. Because my attention seemed to be too much engaged with other things I allowed the condition to go on for probably more than a week, although I continued to be annoyed by the difficulty. Finally, one morning the thought came that I must think as scientifically as I knew how, even about such a small thing as this; accordingly, on my way to business, a distance of some six blocks, I realized that I knew there was no sensation in matter, neither could matter injure matter. After one or two occasions of such reasoning I was perfectly free, and wore the shoes afterward with comfort.
"Feed my sheep"
HELEN ANDREW NIXON
THOMAS C. HOLLINGSHEAD
Like Joshua and Caleb
MARIE HELENE ELISABETH JANICKE
SARAH F. MILLIGAN
Result of Rectification
GEORGE HOLMES BLANCHARD
ETHEL COLWELL SMITH
In the Small Town
LESLIE LUTZ ANDERSON
Cultivating Our Own Garden
"Why weepest thou?"
ESTELLA M. STETSON
In your issue of today a doctor, speaking at the Colston...
Mrs. Mary Blanch Jones, Committee on Publication for Gloucestershire, England,
Like the newspapers and periodicals of our nation, the...
Israel Pickens, Committee on Publication for the State of Alabama,
The impressions of an author in his article entitled "Tests...
Arthur G. Lothgren, Committee on Publication for the Province of British Columbia, Canada,
A statement in a communication in your issue of February...
Joseph G. Alden, Committee on Publication for the State of Nebraska,
One cannot but admire the spirit of tolerance displayed...
Richard E. Prince, Committee on Publication for the State of Virginia,
Understanding and Inspiration
"Where is your faith?"
W. Stuart Booth
with contributions from Jennie O. Barguet, Helen M. Cruikshank, Jeanne Frazer Stevenson, Albert Joseph Bateman, Hattie F. Crouse, Harvey E. Volmar, F. Leslie Crawford, Ralph W. Everett, Mabel Ogden, J. H. Terrell
It is with profound gratitude that I testify to the healing...
Leonard G. Burns
In a recent lecture on Christian Science the thought of...
Laura Heads with contributions from Fred H. Heads
Christian Science has been a great help to me in many...
I have been a student of Christian Science for twenty...
Marguerite Field Jones
God led us to Christian Science at a time of sore need
Ottilie Holäufer with contributions from Otto Holäufer
JEANETTE C. ASH
Signs of the Times
with contributions from G. Napier Smith