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It is more than thirty-five years since I first read the Christian Science...
It is more than thirty-five years since I first read the Christian Science textbook, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mrs. Eddy, and since that time I have experienced many beautiful healings and have been conscious of Love's guidance and continual unfoldment of good. It is with joy that I relate the following.
For some eighteen months I had felt discomfort from what appeared to be the symptoms of an internal growth. I was extremely fearful when a lump was manifested, and this fear grew to such an extent that I was fearing death. One day, when the pain was intense, I saw that I was acknowledging that matter was active and therefore believing that God was less than All. Some of the sheer mesmerism seemed to fall away as I awoke to this; but still much fear remained, and the evidence became more alarming.
I spent hours, days, and the whole of the summer's vacation in positively wrestling with fear, and many times I said, as Jacob did (Gen. 32:26), "I will not let thee go, except thou bless me."
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NAOMI RUTH WHEELER
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ROBERT J. HILL
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Doris Harriet Sanborn
No Room for Pretense
Helen Wood Bauman
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William Milford Correll
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Signs of the Times
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