it in for the pages of our Journal, trusting it may be the
means of helping many others to turn for help and com-
fort, in every emergency, to this book.
In her letter, this lady says: "A few days since, I had
quite a serious claim attack me. I left my mending, took
Science and Health and read all the afternoon and even-
ing; when all trace of the claim was gone, and I have
felt nothing of it since."
When this dear woman applied to Truth, she was a
great sufferer. Her gratitude knows no bounds. Many
chronic ailments, which have bound her with heavy
chains for many years, are being removed one by one.
It is such a sweet privilege to lead her out of this bond-
age of flesh, for she turns with such childlike trust and
obedience to the book, and looks to that for aid in every
trial and affliction. It is beautiful to see, and is a rebuke
to some of us older in the thought, who depend so much
She is far away, in a little country town where Science
has hardly been heard of; but she is so happy with her
book that she has no desire for other reading.
I have always tried to show her that God was with her
there as well as with us here; that in Him she possesses
all; and that with her Bible and Science and Health no
harm can befall her, for the remedy for every ill she has
at hand. — MRS. C. H. S., Woburn, Mass.
I have been an interested reader of the Journal for
some time, and thought I would contribute my mite by
giving one of my latest demonstrations in Christian
An accident occurred as follows: Officers, while hunt-
ing for a criminal in thick underbrush, fired upon each
other through mistake, and it was found that one was
shot six times; two of the bullets passing through the
abdomen, and one through the hips.
Two physicians who examined him had no hope. He
asked me to help him. I took the case. Relief came
almost instantly. I treated him for eight days; the
fifth, I heard one of three physicians, who held a private
consultation over my patient, ask him this question: