I was born of Christian parents and it was their earnest...

I was born of Christian parents and it was their earnest desire that we all should early make our stand for Christ. So in my early days I became a member of an orthodox church, and also was active in Christian work. Later in life I joined another church, of which my husband was a member, and I have some very happy memories, but there were times when I did not feel quite satisfied.

Then a great sorrow fell upon me and I was brokenhearted. I joined the Church of England and became confirmed; also for a time I made a study of spiritualism; nothing, however, seemed to comfort me, and my sorrow was not healed. Then Christian Science came to me. At first I could not understand it, but as the truth dawned upon me, I knew that I had found the "pearl of great price," for it is indeed the truth that maketh free. My sorrow was healed.

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February 15, 1936
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