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As Dawn Begins
As dawn begins to dart its rose,
To see the tomb sad Mary goes,
Wherein lies one who, from a tomb,
Erstwhile called Lazarus out of gloom.
As dawn begins, she goes.
Now quakes the earth; and Life's pure tone
Swift comes to roll away the stone;
The voice of Life destroys earth's woe
With thoughts and words as white as snow.
Life rolls away the stone.
Go, Mary, go; spread fast the news,
Speed, speed thy foot o'er morning dews;
Life is divine, and not of earth!
O hills and vales! sing out your mirth!
She speeds o'er morning dews.
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A Medical Consultation
C. S. Carr
A Conservative Reply
W. D. McCrackan
with contributions from Attorney Cain, H. M. B.
Truth's Easter Dawn
by N. W.
BY MARY BAKER G. EDDY.
M. B. G. Eddy
with contributions from Christian Science Board of Education
Among the Churches
Elizabeth Earl Jones with contributions from M. S. Matthews, Anna M. Campbell, A. Southwick
BY ALICE SINCLAIR.
BY A. F. BLUNDELL.
A Question Answered
BY AMELIA SCHULER KORFHAGE.
BY H. L. B.
As Dawn Begins
BY IDA HODNETT.
An Easter Song
BY LAVILLA E. ALLEN.
Ever since I can remember my mother had been a victim...
I have often thought what a great thing it would be to...
Florence E. Moores
I did not come into Christian Science for its physical...
Jewel R. Bradford
Rising with Christ
BY J. W. H. B.
with contributions from Frank D. Bentley, L. S. McCollester