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The Gift of God
This humble, landlocked marsh may know
Through all its winding water-ways,
In pulsing tides that come and go,
The thrill of ocean's joy and praise.
I watched it all the twilight through
Drained, dreary, bare, and dry;
'Tis flooded full of living blue
Now sun and tide are high.
My heart, in darkness, Love, doth fear,
To yield Thee all its me and mine,
Nor knows, with channels bare and drear,
My giving clears the way for Thine.
But when my night by day is riven,
Then pouring full and free,
The measure of Thy grace is given,
And I am one with Thee.
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with contributions from W. H. Taylor, C. A. Huyck
As Viewed by a Christian Scientist
John H. Wheeler
Great Religious Awakening Begun
R. W. Rogers
Christian Science Healed Her
with contributions from A. Tennyson
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
Mary Baker G. Eddy
In Answer to Prayer
Editor with contributions from J. S. Pillsbury
Calls it Dangerous Action
Christian Science and Insanity
with contributions from Mary Baker G. Eddy
A Card of Thanks
with contributions from Charles M. Howe, Mary C. Keedy, Edwin J. Townsend
Among the Churches
with contributions from M. C. S.
Teaching a Young Lark
Charles Noble Churchill
The Gift of God
BY M. LOUISE BAUM.
BY ELIZA P. T. HOUK.
"Lest we Forget"
BY RACHEL F. MARSHALL.
BY THERESA V. HARDY.
Physical and Spiritual Benefits Realized
A. J. Beach
Testimony of a Business Man
J. F. B.
Helped by a Little Child's Faith
Gussie M. Williams
Sight Restored through Christian Science