It is my humble and grateful...

It is my humble and grateful desire to testify to the joyous life, the health, and the ever-present help that Christian Science has provided for me almost all of my life. When I have worked consistently with my problems in Christian Science, they have always been solved. I also found that if I took a compromising position with regard to Science in handling a problem, only confusion ensued. Therefore I have endeavored to use Science to meet my every need, and it has done so in far better ways than could humanly have been outlined.

God has been my guide in making decisions. The understanding I have gained of Him and of man's relationship to Him has been an invaluable help to me in rearing four children and in maintaining a harmonious home life through more than a dozen moves in fewer than ten years.

For complete freedom from fear while my husband was training to be a pilot, during his subsequent duty as a pilot in propeller type airplanes, jets, and helicopters, and in his present private flying all over the country in connection with his business activities, my gratitude is unbounded. I can truly say that without the understanding I have gained of man's individual, harmonious being as God's own child, I could not "fearless and undisturbed abide" (Hymn No. 99, Christian Science Hymnal).

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Signs of the Times
December 29, 1962

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