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It is now over twenty years since I first heard of Christian Science
It is now over twenty years since I first heard of Christian Science. Up to that time my life had been a burden to me, and I remember waking in the morning and hoping I should not see another day, but simply pass away. I had been an invalid practically all my life, and was also very lame, the bone of one of my feet being diseased. During these years of invalidism I had always tried to be patient, for I certainly thought that it was God's will that I should suffer.
When I became interested in Christian Science, however, I was told that this was not the case, for God, who is Love, could not wish His child to suffer. This statement arrested my attention and was a grand revelation to me. I decided to take up the study of Christian Science, and to find a practitioner to help me. I was earnest in trying to understand its wonderful truths, but seemed to make little headway, and became very much discouraged. After Christian Science treatment had been given me for about three months, I decided I would try to do my own work, although the healing had not yet taken place.
The True Meaning of Sacrifice
LA RUE M. HODGES
Wisdom from Above
GEORGE ALBERT BOYES
"This man hath done nothing amiss"
"In quietness and in confidence"
GRACE L. ROTHSCHILD
Realizing There Is But One Mind
ANNE MARJORIE YOUNG
ANNA STANTON LAY
May I add a "word in season" to the reply made by...
Lieut-Col Robert E. Key, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
The gracious acknowledgment of the spiritual-mindedness...
Albert E. Lombard, former Committee on Publication for Southern California,
In a recent issue of Il Progresso, an author writes very...
B. Palmer Lewis, Committee on Publication for the State of New York,
A clergyman, in his contribution to your series, "What I...
Alan K. Halliley, Committee on Publication for Ceylon, Asia,
"The one only way"
Constructive Thoughts on Church Membership
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Stephen Y. Philp, Pierre Veran, Frances H. Rea, Irving Albert
Christian Science has brought and is bringing not only...
Mabel R. Wilson
For the past eleven years I have been enjoying the...
Claude M. Ekert
In the autumn of 1917, when in the Adirondack Mountains...
Byron M. Whitehouse
When a young girl, I became interested in Christian Science...
Elizabeth M. Hoff
It gives me great joy to be able to express publicly my...
Invitation of the Reading Room
ISABELLE P. MAULSBY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from B. B. C., Henry Geerlings, H. J. Beck, Olive Roberts Barton, Adam W. Burnet, H. H. Fishpaw