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speaking of a person's faults,
Pray don't forget your own;
Remember, those in homes of glass
Should never throw a stone.
If we have nothing else to do
But talk of those who sin,
'Tis better we commence at home,
And from that point begin.
We have no right to judge a man
Until he's fairly tried;
Should we not like his company
We know the world is wide.
Some may have faults, and who have not?
The old as well as young;
Perhaps we may, for all we know,
Have fifty to their one.
I'll tell you of a better plan,
And find it works full well;
To try our own defects to cure,
Before of others tell.
And though I sometimes hope to be
Not worse than some I know,
My own shortcomings bid me let
The faults of others go.
Then let us all, when we commence
To slander friend or foe,
Think of the harm one word may be
To those who little know.
Remember, curses frequently,
Like chickens, roost at home;
Don't speak of others' faults until
You've tried to see your own.
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with contributions from Edward S. Holden
with contributions from S. J. Wilson, A. H. Naftzger, William K. Childs
Not Christian Science
Edward E. Norwood
Defence of Christian Science
Willard S. Mattox
Not Opposed to the Bible
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
A Ridiculous Falsehood
Legislation in Utah
Medical Legislation in Texas
A Victory in California
Editor with contributions from C. N. Miller
God is Love
BY WILLIAM CROFTS.
Unselfish Labor for Others
BY M. I. M. T.
The Brotherliness of True Christian Scientists
BY THOMAS W. WILSON.
BY SOURIE LEE VAN HOOSE POLHILL.
A. R. Mackinzie
The Fields are White already for Harvest
C. A. Q. Norton
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