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[Written for the Sentinel.]
awake, my heart, and live!
How canst thou sleep? Come, give!
The hungry world holds out its arms for food
From stores unsought, the all-inclusive good.
A channel pure, thyself art meant to be,
And through thy gates may flow a stream so free
That is will freshen barren ground now dry,
And swell the streams of earth full high.
No time for slumber when thy work undone
Calls thee to waken with the rising sun!
Improve each hour until the day's decline
Leaves a sweet sense of peace with thee and thine.
A full reward for every kindly deed,
And God will give the increase for each seed.
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GOD'S PROMISES FULFILLED
JUDGE SEPTIMUS J. HANNA.
THE TYRO AND TACT
STEPS OF PROGRESS
NO SEPARATION IN TRUTH
CAPT. J. C. SCOTT.
CHARLES G. BALDWIN.
A BED OF VIOLETS
BELLE A. MUNDY.
ADMISSION TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE MOTHER CHURCH
John V. Dittemore
The hundreds of thousands of people who have been...
John L. Rendall
It is the good that is seen and felt in Christian Science...
James D. Sherwood
The clergyman's somewhat contemptuous criticism of...
Christian Science does not teach that disease and pain...
THE FRUIT OF RIGHT ENDEAVOR
"TEACH US TO PRAY"
Annie M. Knott
THE APPEAL TO REASON
John B. Willis
with contributions from G. W. Carothers, W .I. Snyder, Robert Fitch
It is with sincere gratitude for the many benefits which...
David Henry McElroy with contributions from George A. McElroy
I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude to God for my...
Lizzie E. Howard
Three years ago I heard about Christian Science and it...
Anna Rasch with contributions from Thea Rasch
In grateful acknowledgment of the many benefits received...
Ora M. Boorman
For nearly three years I suffered from a form of paralysis...
Charles T. Briggs
THE MASTER'S CALL
MARY A. NEWMAN.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES
with contributions from F. Stanley Van Eps, Anson Phelps Stokes, Jr., Arthur F. Winnington Ingram