A number of years ago I had entered the public practice of Christian Science and was frequently afraid I wasn't going to be able to pay the family bills. We had no savings; one child was in grade school and one was entering junior high; we had a mortgage, food and utility expenses, and several thousand dollars of debt incurred prior to my going into the practice.
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