One Sunday in September, after returning home from attending a service in a Church of Christ, Scientist, with my husband, I noticed that the side of our dog’s face and head had become swollen. She is my husband’s dog, and they have been together since she was a puppy, before he and I married.
During the mid-2000s, I decided to act on a long-cherished desire to be self-employed. I created a plan that would allow me to work part-time on my new endeavor.
About a year ago, while visiting a European city with my family, I twisted my ankle awkwardly and was unable to walk or put any weight on the foot. This happened on the last day of a long-awaited four days together, celebrating our older daughter’s semester abroad.
I am now at a grandmotherly age and, having relied on Christian Science throughout my life, have had many, many healings. The one that stands out most was when I was expecting my son.
Recently I spent three hours outside, carrying a tall ladder with me as I cleaned all the windows of our house. Around bedtime my right elbow became a little sore.
I would like to share a testimony that illustrates the power of Christ, Truth, to overcome physical difficulties in a way that the human mind cannot explain. A few years ago an alarming situation arose with my ability to eliminate.
Around Easter several years ago, I began experiencing flu-like symptoms, and began to pray, as I usually do when confronted with physical difficulties. I am used to having quick healings, so when the symptoms worsened and breathing became difficult, I called a Christian Science practitioner to support me through prayer while I continued to pray.
When it comes to homework assignments and projects, is it possible that you could have the ideas you need—even before you start the assignment? One author shares her experience tuning into—and being led by—divine inspiration.
Over a year ago, I injured my knee during my evening run. I had been making noticeable progress in running, and was very grateful for that—then the injury seemed to come out of nowhere.
My husband and I were cooking dinner together one evening, and were at that critical stage in which everything needs to come off the stove at one time. Inadvertently, I reached for the hot handle of a pan without using a potholder.