Many years ago, a neighbor lent us a copy of the Christian Science Sentinel,...

Many years ago, a neighbor lent us a copy of the Christian Science Sentinel, but because we were not ready to receive its message, it lay unopened. The name "Christian Science" had, however, been introduced to us, and in order to express a friendly feeling, my mother and I consented to attend a lecture to be given in our city. One sentence only of that lecture seemed to rouse my thought, and it was this: "My friends, you say a thing is too good to be true, but I say it is only the good that is true."

Years went by, years of difficulty and sorrow, when God seemed very far away, but the message of the reality of good had taken root, and in 1921 I attended, for the first time, a Sunday evening service of a Christian Science church, held in a small hall in Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. There I felt a wonderful peace, and that encouraged me to continue to attend the services and to purchase a copy of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by our Leader, Mary Baker Eddy.

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