Early in 1925 I was compelled to be absent from my...

Early in 1925 I was compelled to be absent from my work because of jaundice and general debility. The physician was of the opinion that it would be many weeks before I should be well again, and as this had followed a year of very poor health and low spirits, I certainly felt wretched. My work seemed to be more than I could cope with and the conditions were unpleasant; there were domestic and financial difficulties, and my wife was suffering severely from eczema, a complaint which had troubled her from childhood. Indeed, my vision seemed so beclouded by trouble that I could see good nowhere.

Then we learned of Christian Science. A friend left a few copies of the Christian Science Sentinel for me to read as I lay in bed. At first I was not much interested in these, but wanted to see the book which was so frequently quoted—"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. A copy was obtained for me and I read it carefully and with growing interest. In a few days I was well, and within a week the doctor pronounced me fit to return to work. My duties were taken up with new zest and many of the old difficulties melted away. I had found the source of life and strength, and acquaintances observed the change in me.

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