When I was mustered out of...

When I was mustered out of service after World War I, I allowed my war insurance to lapse. Two years later, when I married, I felt that it was my responsibility to provide insurance for my wife.

When I sought to reinstate and convert the policy to civilian status, I found that a physical examination was required. The examiner found traces of albumin. In the physical structure of my chest, he found a condition which, he said, would reduce my chances of survival to one in a thousand if I were to contract pneumonia. The insurance company were willing to grant me a policy, but it contained a provision that made the policy practically ineffective. Therefore I refused to accept it.

Testimony of Healing
I have had many proofs of the...
August 8, 1959

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