From health crisis to healing, God was with us

It took a shift in thought

Healing is, in many ways, a subjective experience—it shines with added truth and wonder when seen from more than one viewpoint. Speaking as the one who was healed, Jacklyn Williams tells how persistent prayer overcame a severe respiratory illness, at a crisis point. Judy Wolff gives a daughter's perspective on her mother's remarkable healing. Today, Jacklyn is a Christian Science practitioner and teacher in Florida, and Judy is a practitioner in Virginia. Their accounts were first aired on the Sentinel's Radio Edition.

A number of years ago, I was facing an illness—a breathing difficulty that seemed quite daunting. Attacks would occur and leave me gasping for air for a few days. This continued until the attacks were closer together and of longer duration each time.

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