At the time of my marriage I thought the religion of my...

At the time of my marriage I thought the religion of my wife would not affect me in the least, that it would be satisfactory for her; but I was not inclined to give it much credit. She had attended a Christian Science Sunday School and was at that time going regularly to the Sunday and Wednesday services. I had no intention of going with her. It was only a short while, however, before I began reading the textbook when I was certain she would not see me doing it. I slowly gleaned from the inspired pages of Science and Health a slight understanding of the simplicity and accuracy of Mrs. Eddy's writings and soon expressed a desire to accompany my wife to church.

I then became sincerely interested and spent considerable time in an earnest endeavor to gain a clearer understanding of the basic facts of this new-found religion. Shortly, a quick and permanent healing of boils, from which I had suffered periodically for many years, quickened my desire for further understanding. Since then, nothing but Christian Science has been used to meet every problem that has faced us.

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