Granddaughter hears perfectly now

Mary Baker Eddy wrote on page 373 of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, “If we are Christians on all moral questions, but are in darkness as to the physical exemption which Christianity includes, then we must have more faith in God on this subject and be more alive to His promises.” One such promise is found in Psalms 138:8 in the Bible, which reads in part, “The Lord will perfect that which concerneth me.”

This promise was a constant strength to me about eight years ago, when my granddaughter, who was then almost two, was having problems with ear infections and lack of hearing. Her parents were concerned and took her to a specialist, who gave her several tests. The results showed that her ears were filled with fluid. They also attached her to a machine that showed evidence that her eardrums were not functioning at all and her hearing was impaired. The lack of hearing was also affecting her speech. 

After the tests were completed, the physician suggested that the child have surgery to insert tubes into her ears. A second opinion was sought, and the results also concluded that surgery was needed. The surgery was set to take place in five weeks.

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