Truth brings swift healings

On my way to volunteer on the evening shift at our Christian Science Reading Room, I stopped by the grocery store and picked up a couple of pieces of fried chicken. While I was driving and hurriedly eating, a chicken bone got stuck in my throat and would not move. To calm my fears, I held to the truth of God’s infinite presence, power, and loving care for each of us. 

When the worker I was relieving left, I was still unable to speak clearly. I considered coughing to force the bone out of my throat, but did not feel comfortable doing that. The thought of trying to wash the bone down with water was equally uncomfortable. 

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