It is with gratitude and the hope that someone else may be...

It is with gratitude and the hope that someone else may be helped that I give an account of my healing of tuberculosis.

When I was a child my mother passed on with this disease. Quite naturally, our family had the fear of this sickness planted strongly in our minds. Later on in my life my two brothers and my father passed on with the same ailment. One of my brothers had sought to gain health by changing climates, but this did no good.

After these sad experiences, I wondered if I should also inherit this condition. This fear soon got the best of me, and I too became ill. The family doctor was called by my wife, and after an X ray and examination it was determined that I had tuberculosis. Under the doctors' care I became somewhat better, but was not entirely cured.

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The One Hundredth Psalm
November 23, 1935

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