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Fruitage from focus on Science and Health
About five months ago, I started serving as a chaplain at a prison and have given thirty or forty copies of Science and Health to inmates without having a single one refused or returned. Never have I seen so many people so receptive to the Comforter. They read Science and Health, study it, and, most important, use it to solve problems. It is true that the Comforter can make every man his own physician through understanding the truth that Christ Jesus taught and proved.
In addition to Science and Health, I distribute hundreds of copies of The Christian Science Monitor and the Christian Science Sentinel, which I am often told the prisoners read from cover to cover and save for continuing use. The prisons are truly "fertile soil" for the Comforter.
from the Editors
Health care: can it really be bought?
Kenneth E. Bemis III
Praying for ourselves and others
Anne M. Morin
Giving up the earth-weight of anger
Humility in a berry patch
Clifford Kapps Eriksen
Lucia Johnson Leith
A lesson from Dothan
Richard C. Bergenheim
Christian healing and the overcoming of fear
William E. Moody
In 1953 I was hired to work for an aircraft company
Lydia V. Carlsen
One December a number of years ago I was called into...
L. Granville Black, Jr.
I had gone to the dentist for regular checkups ever since I...
Carol Ann Lawson
One day when I was in second grade I went to a friend's...
Tabitha Anne Boyd with contributions from Sharon L. Reilly Boyd