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During my college years and later, I studied philosophy, psychology,...
During my college years and later, I studied philosophy, psychology, and various religions in my search for the truth. When these systems held no answers for me and I was about to give up trying any further, Christian Science was presented to me. This occurred over forty years ago. I knew I had found the answers to all my searching questions.
Through many years of study and application of Christian Science, I have always found gratitude a most helpful quality in healing. Thanking God for victory when, to human sense, there is yet no victory sets one in tune with divine Mind, from whence come restoration and regeneration. This has been proven many times in my experience.
Not long ago I suffered from such severe internal pain and abdominal swelling that clothes were most uncomfortable. For three weeks I was unable to lie down to sleep at night and never had a moment of comfort. Lifting the lightest object brought more pain. There were times when it was difficult to think clearly. But I always knew that God was taking care of me, and I thanked Him for it.
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Christ Is Coming to You
GERTRUDE E. VELGUTH
Simplicity: Shallow or Profound?
JAYNE D. LUCE
Finding Meaning in Christmas
JULIA ANN WALKER
Manliness in Military Service
LOUIS H. KAMMERER
"The daystar will appear"
ANNA A. VINSON
There Is No Mortal Mind
J. DARROW KIRKPATRICK
A Puppy for Christmas
MARY M. ANDERSON
Right Adjustments of Thought
Helen Wood Bauman
Truth Is Simple
Alan A. Aylwin
Our whole way of life was changed for the better when Christian Science...
Ruth Desmond with contributions from Harold E. Desmond
I was born in London and worked eventually at a large store in...
Vera Louise Humphreys
It was more than forty years after Mrs. Eddy discovered the...
Charles Winston Grant with contributions from Ethel E. Grant
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 350 - Preparing for Christmas
with contributions from Harlan Witham, Florence Ludgate
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Kathleen Rose