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the heart once enshrouded in darkness and gloom,
Has been filled with the sunshine of God,
Were it Possible then to conceal the bright rays
As they scatter their radiance abroad?
Could the rose and the lily their fragrance withhold?
Can the stars hide their light as they shine?—
Ah, the cup that is full, even full to the brim,
Must o'erflow with the nectar divine.
Now the heart-bells of love are made vocal with praise,
And are chiming sweet gratitude's strain:
Sorrow's death-knell is rung, and the Earth sings with joy
As it echoes the gladsome refrain.
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Robert Haven Schauffler
Among the Churches
with contributions from Ella Hensley, Fannie McBride Stinson, Margaret G. Meehan, John D. Carle
From a Unitarian Clergyman
William H. Savary
Letter of Dismission
with contributions from Charles Humphrey
A Word of Thanks
A.E.R. with contributions from Thomas Carlyle
BY L. E. LITZSINGER.
Can Christianity Heal?
D. D. Baynes
BY A. E. VAN OSTRAND.
BY HERBERT S. FULLER.
A Tribute to our Leader
A. B. C. with contributions from Whittier
Bad Habits Outgrown
George F. Guile
Charles R. Miller
Caroline F. James
Rejoicing in Freedom
with contributions from Henry Ward Beecher