A few years ago, I felt something was very wrong with my heart. My heartbeat was irregular, and I felt very weak much of the time.
While shoveling snow one winter morning a couple of years ago, I slipped on our icy front steps and landed very hard on my back. Though stunned, I tried to get up and carry on.
I would like to share a quick healing of a fever and stomach cramps, which I experienced a couple of months ago, and which meant so much to me. One day I found myself having chills, severe stomach cramps, nausea, and an inability to eat or drink.
The moment I found out I might be able to attend my Christian Science association meeting again (after a six-year absence), I felt so happy. This association meeting is an annual meeting of pupils of the Christian Science teacher with whom they have taken a two-week course of instruction in Christian Science.
Lately I have been feeling the need for a more tangible sense of divine Love’s healing presence when I pray for myself or others. I have been praying daily with the concept of Emmanuel, or “God with us” ( Matthew 1:23 ), which Mary Baker Eddy refers to as “a divine influence ever present in human consciousness …” ( Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures , p.
I am so grateful to be able to share a healing I experienced recently. The bottom half of our stable door was latched closed, and as I was about to close the top half, a big gust of wind blew the top door onto the bottom door with full force, catching the tip of one of my fingers in the middle.
I want to give gratitude for an experience that left me with no doubt about God’s love and care for His children. Our landlord told my roommate and me that we needed to move out.
Some years ago I was posted to Copenhagen, Denmark, with my job. I had found a local Church of Christ, Scientist, at the end of my street, and I was happily living in Copenhagen.
We all want to get along with family members and friends. Better yet, we want to love them.
I was in a hurry, as we so often are. I was running into the house to grab something from the bedroom before heading out again.