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As I look back over the years, I know that no one who ever took...
As I look back over the years, I know that no one who ever took up the study of Christian Science could have been more grateful than I am that Christian Science came into my life when it did. I was a young girl and most unhappy with the old religious belief that God sent men illness and tragedy. When I heard of Christian Science, I immediately purchased a copy of Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy and eagerly and hopefully began its study. The comfort it gave me has remained.
I have reason to believe that I was the first person in the little town where I lived to take up the study of Christian Science. Since I moved from there nearly fifty years ago, an active Christian Science Society has been established that has recently dedicated its church.
I should like to tell of two healings I experienced through reliance on Christian Science. A number of years ago I was a librarian serving in the Reading Room of the church to which I belong. One particular day I had studied and prayed for the Reading Room for several hours, being oblivious to everything else. I left the Reading Room to go to my car.
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Coincidence of the Letter and the Spirit
GLADYS C. GIRARD
Our Ever-present Perfection
MARVIN J. CHARWAT
Our True Nobility
ALICE E. BURHANS
NANCY S. NELSON
An Interview: with a Historian
with contributions from James Butler
Christianity and Eternal Life
Helen Wood Bauman
"Man is sustained by God"
William Milford Correll
For a number of years I have thought about giving this testimony...
When Christian Science came to me, I was in a very bad state...
Mary Swindells with contributions from Molly F. Giberson
About nine years ago while walking down the street in a large...
Richard K. Burtenshaw
When I was five years old, my older brother had a paper route
Douglas Palmer with contributions from Helen Palmer
Signs of the Times
Gordon B. McLendon