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The Passing of Personality
The artist is always unobtrusive. He never eclipses the ideal he would honor, and self is not even an episode of his song. It is only the novice, the egotist, or the blunderer who projects his own personality upon the object or the opportunity he is called to serve. And here the finest art is the art of true living. Jesus said. "If any man will come after me, let him deny himself." The is the preliminary of all Christian growth and usefulness.
The greatest service we can render light is in the removal of the hindrances to its radiation, and of these, self is for each the chief. In so far as a reflector attracts attention, in so far it reveals its imperfectness and fails in its ministry, and the discovery of the inherent opacity of so-called human personality has been an inevitable outcome of self exploitation.
The Denial of Matter
WILLIAM P. MCKENZIE
A. F. BLUNDELL.
Not Magic, but Understanding
H. W. NELSON.
The Real and the Unreal Man
J. D. K.
Echoes from a Sunday School
ELOISE CAMERON MAC GREGOR.
Joining the Church
KATHRYN FOLK BROWNELL.
The Child in the Garden
Henry Van Dyke with contributions from Phillips Brooks, Ernest Renan
with contributions from Thomas A Kempis, J. D. Bacon, E. L. Conklin, Martin Sindall, W. W. Booth
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
The Song and the Deed
Benjamin R. Bulkeley
A Friendly Critic
Evil to be Overcome
Bicknell Young with contributions from Albert E. Miller
The Passing of Fear
M. B. J.
ANNIE THERESA JONES.
I gladly and thankfully testify to the benefits received...
H. D. Squire with contributions from Hattie Barr
Feeling that I should like to express my gratitude...
Anna L. Pharo
In passing along one of Chicago's busiest thoroughfares...
J. Van Inwagen
Mine is an experience which positively cannot come to any...
H. D. Hartley with contributions from Ed.
I should like to have the Field know what Christian Science...
L. Adams Hayward
A testimony given in the Sentinel, telling of fear overcome...
Jessie Frances Smith
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase
with contributions from Hugh Price Hughes, Elsworth Lawson, Bonaventura