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Come that unshadowed day
When naught but good shall be,
And mortals, wearily,
No more shall cast away
The blossoms, withered, sere,
That but an hour agone,
Dew-fragrant with the dawn.
Were plucked and cherished dear.
J. E. Breed.
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THE LAW OF KINDNESS
REV. WILLIAM P. MC KENZIE.
"WHAT HAST THOU IN THE HOUSE?"
HELEN L. YOUNG.
ADA J. MILLER.
J. E. Breed
I do not quarrel with people who call Jesus God, if by...
Rev. N. S. Hoagland
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Rev. G. A. Kratzer
Is there Scriptural authority for healing disease by means...
Judge Septimus J. Hanna
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MRS. EDDY TAKES NO PATIENTS
"THE DOCTOR IN POLITICS."
John B. Willis
FAITH OVERCOMING FEAR
Annie M. Knott
LETTERS TO OUR LEADER
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Twelve years ago, when Christian Science was brought...
Annie L. Sturtevant
It is now about a year since the Christian Scientists came...
Several years ago, while in Jacksonville, Fla., I was,...
Harriet E. Frazier
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Mabel M. Beeson
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