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Christian Science has brought me so many blessings...
Christian Science has brought me so many blessings I hardly know where to begin when expressing my gratitude. A few years ago, illness and unhappiness forced me to leave college, and it was at this time that I turned to Christian Science. It restored my health and taught me what real joy and happiness are. I now understand what is meant in the Bible verse, "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new."
I was healed of many troubles just through reading the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. When I began to learn the truth about God and man as taught in this book, a bad case of sunburn was quickly cured; also I was healed of very round shoulders and a hollow back, for which I had taken special corrective exercises since the age of twelve. The desire to smoke left me, and the belief that intoxicating drink is enjoyable was overcome. Through treatment from a Christian Science practitioner colds have disappeared and severe menstrual pains have ceased. All such healings are so very natural and such joyous experiences that I cannot thank God enough for Christian Science. Since turning to this wonderful healing religion, I have never been sick in bed, with the exception of a single day. I have not taken any drugs or laxatives for my health, and I am better physically than I ever was before. The awakening from the nightmares of material sense into the beautiful dawn of spiritual sense is a blessed experience.
One of the greatest unfoldments that come with a study of Christian Science is an appreciation of the Bible. Science and Health is indeed a "key" to the Scriptures; it turns one to the sacred pages and illumines them. What a wonderful privilege to begin to comprehend the teachings of Jesus!
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Why "a desert place"?
HORTENSE W. LEWIS
The Christian Science Monitor and Our Responsibility
GEORGE MELLON FOWLER
"Fear thou not"
EMILY SHANKLIN ALLAN
MABEL H. FITZ GERALD
"Up to the age of twenty"
GEORGE WELLS HOLLAND
DOROTHY LANE DOYLE
In reply to a correspondent writing in your issue of...
Charles W. J. Tennant, former District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
In the leading article in Arbeiderbladet of April 28 there...
Nils Lerche, Committee on Publication for Norway,
In your issue of March 30 there appeared a poem entitled...
William H. Owen, Committee on Publication for the State of Wisconsin,
In your issue of June 24 appears an article in which the...
Mrs. Florence S. Smith, former Committee on Publication for Queensland, Australia,
He Keeps Them Alive in Famine
George Shaw Cook
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Alfred H. Radke, James William Gordon, Marguerite S. Buckley, Howard T. Berg, Viola M. Garlick, Therese Vossgraff
More than thirty years ago I picked up a Christian Science...
Flora Caroline Davenport
I have had many wonderful proofs of the efficacy of...
George H. Wheeler
I should like to express gratitude for Christian Science...
Nina Walker Watkins
A few years ago I found myself in a business situation...
Ilse von Binzer
It is with a heart full of gratitude and love for our...
B. Pauline Gehring with contributions from Beulah P. Gehring
In early youth I had many physical difficulties and was...
Gertrude C. Schmidt
If Only We Could See
VINTON A. HOLBROOK
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Garry C. Myers, Helen Keller, James Gray, Ernest H. Cherrington