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"Sow beside All Waters"
Broadcast thy seed!
Although some portion may be found
To fall on uncongenial ground,
Where sand, or shard, or stone may stay
Its coming into light of day—
Or when it comes, some pestilent air
May make it droop and wither there—
Be not discouraged; some will find
Congenial soil, and gentle wind,
Refreshing dew, and ripening shower,
To bring it into beauteous flower,
From flower to fruit, to glad thine eyes,
And fill thy soul with sweet surprise.
Do good, and God will bless thy deed;
Broadcast thy seed.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
James M. Thomson
with contributions from J. M. Chatterson, J. E. T. Bowden, John D. Teller
Among the Churches
with contributions from S. C. Hayford, Martha Sutton Thompson, C. T. Byrd
Letters to the Sentinel
with contributions from Louise Schmidt, Mary Emma Bennett, C. H. Kirkbride
Christian Science Notes
with contributions from Phillips Brooks
Editor with contributions from Chauncey M. Depew, James E. O'Grady, Booker T. Washington, H. E. Barnes
Christian Science Methods and Results
Annie M. Knott
From the Boston Globe
In the Vineyard
BY WILLARD G. FLEMING
The Joy of Work in Christian Science
BY ALBERT HORTSMEIER
Christian Science Healing
BY GEORGE TOLMIE
BY LILLIAN MORGAN GUSTIN
BY SUSAN P. POOLE
A Word of Thanks
BY EDNA L. CONARD
Testimony of a Dentist
Edward L. Jordan
Heart Trouble and Influenza
"There is Health for You"
Sophia A. Stark
Catarrh and Neuralgia Healed
Claas de Weerth
Asthma of Long Standing
Joseph P. Higdon
A Remarkable Case of Healing
Walter L. Cocroft, Rosella Cocroft
You may meet with much to offend and distress you,...
with contributions from H. R. Haweis