WALKING AND RUNNING AGAIN

Several years ago, I began to experience difficulty in walking. I was retired and involved in many activities—caring for my house and garden and family members, serving on church committees. And I was a pretty good tennis player.

At first I ignored the discomfort I was feeling, until it became so difficult to move around that I had to scale back my activities. Some of my friends were having joint replacement surgery, and I wondered if this was my problem, too. That's when I realized that I was accepting a lot of physical theories about my body. I'd had class instruction in Christian Science healing, and knew the value and power of filling my thought with spiritual truths, immersing myself in what the Bible tells us about our relationship with God. Now I had the time and impetus to seek healing through humble prayer.

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