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The shadows lengthen in the west,
The night-wind croons a lullaby;
Upon the water's placid breast
I drift beneath the starlit sky,
While o'er me steals a peaceful rest,
That fills my soul with ecstasy.
Th'eternal, heavenly peace is here,
I am not tied to earth's dull clod,
But, freed from every mortal fear,
Awaken and behold my Lord.
I now can read my title clear,
Through his sweet grace,—the child of God.
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Christian Science not Hypnotism
Robert L. Ziller
with contributions from C. B. Webster, George P. Moore
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Editor with contributions from Victoria R., Aberdeen, William McKinley
The Accession Speech
Among the Churches
with contributions from Irving C. Tomlinson, Mabel C. Gage, Mary E. Cheatham
BY E. A. EMERY.
The Way of Escape
BY GRACE STEPHENS WRIGHT.
BY G. H. HYDE.
Is Your Armor Impervious?
BY A. F. BLUNDELL.
A Demonstration in Dentistry