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The Prodigality of Good
Nature is constantly disclosing a richness of bounty, which is apparently indifferent to our sense of waste.
Many a sunset delights the eye, and yet how meager their record compared with the unobserved glories of that wondrous aureole of our planet, which ever precedes and follows the day. The flowers speak their gladness to many a heart, but nature's seclusions revel in rarest blossomings that are all unscented and unsung. The circling spheres are warmed and beautified by the unnumbered light rays they intercept, but inconceivably greater is the number which escape into the infinite spaces.
Yet, though ever so lavish, nature's bestowals fail utterly to measure the abundance of Good which floods the universe. The divine outgoing is no less infinite than the divine resources. Love has as little reserve as light. It would reach us even through the "cracks and crannies" of our reserve, and so win its welcome at the last. It ventures instantly upon every opportunity, and it meets with no impediment; knows no limitation. All thought of these is but a figment of human sense.
The Duty of the Self-made Man
Give it a Fair Hearing
Not Loss, but Gain
Albert E. Miller
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
J. W. G.
FLETCHER L. WILLIAMS
Christian Science and the Children
MARIETTA C. WHITE
The Truth of Christian Science
W. JOHN MURRAY
The Way of Progress
MRS. HARRIET E. T. VESTEL
SAMUEL H. GREENWOOD
Till We All Come
Plutarch and Modern Thought
with contributions from Geo. Macdonald
Adelaide A. Proctor
I was an invalid nearly all my life as the result of three...
Harriet L. Miller
I was a very delicate child, never without headache, and...
Elizabeth A. Woods
I became interested in Christian Science through the...
Edwin C. Belknap
I am thankful to-day for the healing and spiritual benefit...
In 1898 my mother was taken sick with muscular rheumatism,...
Ella G. Parsons
"Whereas I was Blind, now I See"
Frances Bent Dillingham with contributions from St. Francis de Sales, Thomas A Kempis
with contributions from P. S. Henson, A. J. Gordon, John W. Chadwick, Andrew Murray, George Macdonald