A Word for the Journal

Riverside (Cal.) Morning Enterprise

The Christian Science Journal, published at Boston, as the official organ of the religious following whose name it bears, comes out for August full of good things as usual, including a number of articles illustrating the peculiar tenets of this branch of religious thought, both in precept and example. The poetic muse is not forgotten, as will be seen in the following final stanzas of the opening article in this number. It is entitled "Doubts Dispersed," and is by James J. Rome.

Soon the clouds of sense will vanish,Soon the arid wastes will bloom,Soon the smiles of heaven will banishAll the shades of mortal gloom,If we fix our heart's affectionsOn the perfect love divine,And through lives of consecrationLet the light of heaven shine.

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