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in my study, thinking,
When a pure and holy thought,
In the depths of my quiet consciousness,
Was clearly and sweetly wrought.
"Arise," said the angel message,
"For the world hath need of thee;
Not only to do thy duty well
But to do it cheerfully.
"Not only to help thy brother
The rugged way along,
But to soften the upward path with a smile
And sweeten it with a song.
"Not doing unto others
As they do unto you,
But, denying self, reflect to them
The beautiful, good, and true."
I folded the angel closely,
In humility bowed my head;
Afar, as in distant ecstasy,
A faint "well done," was said.
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A Unitarian Conception of Jesus
Among the Churches
with contributions from Minnie C. Shaeffer, E. G. P., Rosetti Kneip, S. S. L.
with contributions from Mr. Simmons
BY EVELYN SYLVESTER.
BY MARY BAKER G. EDDY
Editor with contributions from Joseph Armstrong, Septimus J. Hanna, Mary Baker Eddy, Oliver C. Sabin, The First Members, William B. Johnson
An Expression of Love
Editor with contributions from John F. Linscott, Ellen B. Linscott, A. C. Peter, Eliabeth A. Peter, Thomas F. Dawson, Ella D. Dawson, Harry W. Sessford, Kate N. Foote, Edward P. Craig, Bertha Helm Sessford, E. W. Kepner, Mary Baker G. Eddy
W. N. Miller, Mary Baker Eddy
Christian Science in Dresden
BY EMILY COTTON.
Christian Science in Oklahoma
BY L. W.
Healed after Material Remedies Failed
R. H. Gresham
Total Blindness Healed
Fannie C. Brady
A Severe Burn
Testimony of a Child
George Laura Marble
The Science of Christianity
Questions and Answers
with contributions from Investigator, J. R.
BY EMMA C. SHIPMAN.
BY C. C. M.
From the Religious Press
with contributions from Francis E. Clark