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[Written for the Sentinel.]
The Eternal Now
is no past, 'twas but a dream,—
A phantom of the things that seem;
The future is not ours, to say
What will be, whether yea or nay.
We live in the eternal now,
While Hope with her immortal brow
In glad fruition sweetly sings,
And Joy has lost her roving wings.
Now Peace to sweet Content gives birth,
And joins the circle round our hearth;
While over us pure Love doth shine,
And shed a radiance all divine.
A False Sense of God Destroyed
The Lesson-Sermon and Its Reading
REV. ARTHUR REEVES VOSBURGH.
God Known as Principle
An Extract from a Letter
A. T. M.
The Eternal Now
JENNIE WALBRIDGE BRIGGS.
with contributions from Martha Sutton Thompson, Governor Cummins
Christian Science at the Capital
Vinton A. Holbrook with contributions from Martineau
MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
"The things that be Caesar's"
"Confess your sins"
Annie M. Knott
Watching vs. Watching Out*
John B. Willis
Letters to our Leader
with contributions from Marjorie Colles, Florence E. Burtis, William R. Knox, Geo. M. Clough, Magdalena Pfeiffer, Mary Spargo Fraser
Although my parents had been Christian Scientists for...
William A. Partridge with contributions from J. T. Morris
I have known of Christian Science for rather more than...
Caroline B. Getty
Until about three years ago, I suffered from frequent...
Willet G. Ranney
As we grow into a realization of the protective power of...
Florence M. Pray
I never remember being without a headache and backache...
Edith S. Darlington
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
Agnes R. Hoffinger
I cannot longer withhold an expression of gratitude for...
Sarah O. Bragg
I count it a privilege to give my testimony to the value of...
Minnie E. Woock
I used to be very bigoted with respect to Christian Science,...
Frank L. Elliott
In May, 1891, I first heard of Christian Science
I have been helped so much by reading the testimonies...
I first heard of Christian Science in 1898, through a...
I. N. Campbell
I would like to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
Viola B. Hintjen
The upward look and cry,—yes, more of that we need...
Thomas Starr King
From our Exchanges
with contributions from Carroll D. Wright, John Whitehead
with contributions from Stephen A. Chase