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The tidy house-wife prides herself on keeping a very clean house, but when spring comes she takes up the carpets and has them carried out and beaten, which reveals a lot of dust and dirt, and perhaps moths, and so on through the furniture and draperies she uncovers the accumulated dirt. She lets the light into many dark corners, and is forced to admit that all this dust and dirt came out of the best room.
If we would search ourselves as thoroughly and force ourselves to see and admit the fact that we are concealing in the dark recesses of our hearts selfishness, anger, jealousy, suspicions, malice, envy, etc., and bring these thoughts into the light of Love, we would find them fast being destroyed, and their places filled with love and peace.
with contributions from Richter
Reply to Sermon on Christian Science
John L. Rendall
MRS. EDDY, TAKES NO PATIENTS
Keeping the Faith
Among the Churches
with contributions from F. A. Walker, K. L. G.
with contributions from H. J. Huntington, R. D. Stearns
Reply to "If We Knew."
BY IDA HODNETT.
BY JULIETTE M. MINK.
Leaving All for Truth
BY ALBERT HORSTMEIER.
Christian Science is Practical
BY CARRIE B. WOLCOTT.
A Testimony from England
Beatrice M. Whitley
Tobacco and Liquor Habits Destroyed
All Questions Answered in Christian Science
C. Douglas Hotchkiss
Protected by Love
Mary A. Lindsay
with contributions from Bonar