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Abide in Me
When darkness for a season seems
To hide the light whose steady beams
Are shining still, though not a ray
Is seen, and help seems far away,
When loneliness and doubt beset
Our faith, and life becomes regret,
Then, dear friend, know that in this hour
Our God is near, and with His power
His mighty hand with loving sweep
Rolls back the memories that weep
Until the "still, small voice" that said
In olden time, "Be not afraid,"
Is heard again, and speaks to thee,
"Thou art my child, abide in Me."
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Cartoon and Christian Science
Anent Mrs. Eddy's Explanation
W. D. McCrackan
A Word of Explanation
Hermann S. Hering
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Mary Baker G. Eddy
A Case Reported
Mildred C. Gordon
A Further Explanation
R. S. Peale with contributions from S. J. Hanna
Among the Churches
with contributions from J. B. M.
Abide in Me
with contributions from A. D. Prescott, A. D. Chase
Trust in God
BY WILLIAM CROFTS.
A Letter to a Former Physician
Chas. G. Bliss
A Lesson from the Life of Stephen
BY LENA M. HALL.
E. C. Butler
"Hosanna in the Highest."
BY ANNE DODGE.
Prejudice and Fear Overcome
Ida E. Carpenter
Christian Science as a Schoolmaster
A. M. J.
Message from a Little Child
Edith M. Hutchinson
with contributions from Henry Ward Beecher, Charles S. Brown, Joseph Eliot, Juliana H. Ewing