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[Original testimony in German]
For the many blessings which I have received through...
For the many blessings which I have received through applying the rules of Christian Science, I feel impelled to express publicly my deep thanks. I should like to relate how I came to Christian Science.
In 1931 I fell ill with inflammation of the lungs, the illness culminating during the summer of that year. My condition became more and more hopeless. I was very constipated, in spite of the fact that I followed all five requirements which the physician had prescribed from time to time. On the seventh day the doctor said that if this constipation did not yield, conditions might result with little prospect of recovery. He knew of nothing further to advise.
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