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The study of Christian Science offers to all boundless...
The study of Christian Science offers to all boundless opportunities for joyful participation in God's blessings. Especially to the young person in training for future service does it serve as a guide past many pitfalls and hardships peculiar to the formative years. To this fact my own experience bears testimony.
When I first approached Christian Science, I was harassed by no end of ills and untoward circumstances. I was sick in both body and thought, impoverished, fearful, and lonely. During the few years that have followed my introduction to Truth, as revealed in the writings of Mary Baker Eddy, these disagreeable conditions have disappeared to make way for health, abundance, courage, and friendship.
During my first year in college, very heavy demands were made upon my time; I was attending a full course of instruction, and besides earning my own living I was managing to help others at home. Because I lacked the knowledge that God lovingly provides for all of His children, about six weeks after the opening of the second semester of the school year my health gave way under the sense of strain and responsibility. A malignant pulmonary disorder set in, and, in spite of conscientious medical attention, I was forced to stay in bed for six weeks. Almost no studying was possible during the illness, and the organization by which I had been employed meanwhile found it essential to hire someone else. Thus, I found myself weak from the effects of a long illness, without visible means of support, and discouraged about the prospects of continuing college work.
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True Being is Joy
MARIE C. HARTMAN
There Is Work for All
OSCAR GRAHAM PEEKE
Sincerity and Success
Speaking with Authority
ROBERT A. WOOD
Supplying the Loaves and Fishes
JUNE L. FLANDERS
"The sustaining infinite"
JULIA M. JOHNSTON
ELSIE HILL AINSWORTH
In reply to your correspondent let me say I quite agree...
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
In Dagen of the 13th inst., under the heading "On Incursion...
Nils A. T. Lerche, Committee on Publication for Norway,
It was with interest that I read the Cavalier's column...
Richard E. Prince, Committee on Publication for the State of Virginia,
In the Herald of March 14, Dr. John Patrick, addressing...
Robert Ramsey, Committee on Publication for Lanarkshire, Scotland,
Be of Good Comfort
MAUDE DE VERSE NEWTON
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Eunice M. Bayless, George Alexander Alderson
It was through a Christian Science lecture sixteen years...
John Joseph Coulson
My confidence in Christian Science was inspired through...
Nineteen years ago a healing took place in our family...
Ollie B. Icenbarger
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science and...
Marie S. Kennedy
I heard of Christian Science at a time in my life when...
During the past seventeen years Christian Science has...
Over twenty years ago I went to South Africa as an...
Gwendolyn Mary Adamson
With all my heart I am grateful to God, who, through...
Helen R. Mendes
Due to the aftereffects of typhoid fever at the age of four...
Dorothy M. Eichberger
B. GWENDOLEN NISBET
Signs of the Times
with contributions from John Sheridan Zelie, Arthur C. Archibald, L. B. Ashby