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Effects of a scorpion sting quickly healed
Originally published in El Heraldo de la Christian Science
At the end of last summer, I was relaxing in the country for a few days. I was lying back on a couch when suddenly I felt a sharp pain in the foot I was resting on the ground. I didn't know what had caused this sudden, intense pain, but my immediate response was to say out loud "the scientific statement of being," found in Science and Health.
This statement begins: "There is no life, truth, intelligence, nor substance in matter. All is infinite Mind and its infinite manifestation, for Godis All-in-all" (p. 468). I did this in order to gain inspiration to pray, and after a few moments my condition, which had seemed critical, became more bearable.
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