In the sincere hope that my experience...

In the sincere hope that my experience may encourage others to investigate Christian Science, I offer my testimony with deep and heartfelt gratitude.

After serving for some time in the First World War, I was invalided out of the services because of a physical condition which gave me little hope of ever again leading a normal, healthy life. Added to my dilemma was the loss of six members of my family through a condition which according to the medical faculty was incurable. The great fear that I too would be overtaken with the same malady was constantly with me, and as a result of this fear I was likewise stricken.

Although I received all the care possible from the physicians in charge of my case, they were able to relieve me only temporarily and informed those near to me that my condition was serious. Out of kindness I was not told the verdict at that time, yet I sensed the situation and earnestly prayed as best I knew that I might be spared for the sake of my wife and two small children.

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Testimony of Healing
I am most humbly grateful for...
June 28, 1952

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