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When it became increasingly difficult to meet the challenges...
When it became increasingly difficult to meet the challenges of life through my own efforts, I began to look for some means of help. Orthodox religions seemed to offer feeble comfort, but one day as I was thinking about some Bible verses, it occurred to me clearly that Christian Science is the most infinitely practical tool for meeting men's needs today, better by far than any other aid to health, peace, and happiness. Since that time, eleven years ago, I have devoted myself to the daily study and practice of this spiritually uplifiting Science. And I have enjoyed many blessings.
Besides the benefits of gradual daily growth in spiritual understanding, I am grateful for numerous physical healings. One day in September 1973 the front of my clothing was drenched in flaming gasoline. I had been holding a funnel of gas over the carburetor of a car when it backfired, exploding the gasoline. I soon got the fire out, but not before my legs had been burned. My friend got out of the car and smothered the fire in the motor, then asked how I was. As I didn't want to alarm him, I assured him I would be all right.
HELEN A. DEL NEGRO
Constantly flowing supply
MICHAEL A. WEST
Who am I . . .?
C. EARLE ARMSTRONG
You are necessary to God
CONSTANCE S. SAMMIS
From racism to the recognition of true identity
Running on a full tank
FREDERICK H. BRIGHTMAN
Love—the key to reform
JOAN V. GERVILLE-RÉACHE
I am not Robert Redford!
THOMAS ALAN WALDMAN
UFOs and other objects
Nathan A. Talbot
Mildred M. Koestner
Expressing God or impressing people?
April De Conick
When I decided to join a branch church and The Mother Church...
Margaret A. Rudberg
A few months after we were married my husband became seriously...
Christine M. Telthorst with contributions from Richard V. Telthorst
One Saturday, our twelve-month-old daughter had symptoms...
Elizabeth Deaton with contributions from Agnes I. Milne