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toilers in the upward way
Worn by the burdens of the day,
Your armor gird, your courage keep;
Press forward, though the path be steep.
Why would ye halt with timid gaze,
And seek to pierce the distant haze?
Why doubt the way-marks all along?
O ye of weakened faith, be strong!
The wage is earned when day is done;
The prize is gained when the race is run;
Think not the Master's crown to wear
Till thou his cross hast learned to bear.
The God of Love has ever led,
Though clouds at times hung close o'erhead;
So, though the path seems sometimes dim,
Still journey on, and trust in Him.
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Testimony Meeting at London, England
E. M. Bowden Smith
with contributions from John Carveth, Ormond Higman
"Prayer for Dyspeptic."
The Power of Kindness
Not the Fault of Principle
Editor with contributions from William Arnot, F. W. Farrar
BY WILLARD G. FLEMING.
Evil must be Overcome
BY DAVENPORT BROMFIELD.
Christian Science Services on Shipboard
BY LOUISE F. KOLLMORGEN.
"Seek to Define God to your own Consciousness"
BY IDA HODNETT.
The Hidden Image
BY ANNETTE COLE.
Many Proofs of God's Love
NELLIE ROSE NIXDORF
Faithfulness and Patience Rewarded
GRACE M. DONAHUE
I am most grateful for the great good received from...
FLORA B. CARNAHAN