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[Original in Swedish]
It was through a relative that came into contact with Christian Science
It was through a relative that came into contact with Christian Science. I began to understand something of the sustaining power of this wonderful teaching and received much help during a trying time. One day when it became clear to me that God is Life itself, the only Life I have, I was instantly healed of severe headaches and unspeakable weariness.
After studying Christian Science for several years and attending church services, I had decided to apply for membership in a branch church, and during a vacation I went to a guesthouse. I took with me the Bible and the Christian Science textbook, and in my spare hours continued to read the textbook through from cover to cover. At the time, the book had not been translated into Swedish, and the knowledge of English I had obtained in school, and which I had had no opportunity to practice, did not make this study very easy. Through the use of a dictionary I succeeded in reading the book through. It was during the Second World War, and no literature could get through to us from Boston. Besides the textbook I had taken with me a couple of old copies of The Christian Science Journal.
The Ever-availability of Divine Law
JOSEPH GRAHAM HARRISON
Laying Up Treasure in Heaven
DOROTHY M. OATES
How Friendly Are We?
V. WINIFRED MORRIS
What Is a Problem?
SARA VELTMAN TUCKER
Individuality and Spiritual Conformity
JOY STONHAM ROBBINS
Our God-given Dominion
LOUISE K. GAINES
Seeking and Finding
DENICE R. KOCH
Expanding Our Understanding of God
Helen Wood Bauman
To Comfort Those That Mourn
Carl J. Welz
Before our daughter was born, I injured my pelvic bone
Ruth Ann Wantland
More than half a century ago my parents took up the study of...
Emmett Mitchell Smith with contributions from Florence M. Smith
An abundance of gratitude for the ever-presence of God causes...
Gail Elizabeth Beckwith
Signs of the Times
Roy B. McVicar