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[Written for the Sentinel.]
forest stillness ever speaks of God
In language clear to those with ear attuned
To nature's silent praise, her harmony.
No anthem ever sung had e'er the power
To lift the heart to God,—reveal the truth,—
As forest hymn in majesty of song
Unvoiced save as the human heart translates
The depths, the heights, in language of its own.
To each who comes with open thought to hear,
The forest gives its message, shows that peace
And joy and strength can only be attained
As man but seeks to know God's will, God's law,—
And seeking finds, and finding knows naught else
But to obey; and in obedience rests,—
His life attuned to nature's harmony.
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CHRISTIAN SCIENCE BUILDING
WILLARD S. MATTOX.
"IN HIS NAME"
ETTA M. GILBREATH.
CREATION AND REVELATION
ERNEST C. MOSES.
"THEY SHALL FEED AND LIE DOWN"
ELLEN B. SMITH.
"IF WITH ALL YOUR HEART"
CASTING OUT FEAR
VERNE E. TAYLOR.
LILLIE MARY CARTER.
In his sermon on "Christianity and Modern Thought,"...
I have read in a recent issue an article in which Christian Science...
ADA J. MILLER.
"FEED MY SHEEP"
Annie M. Knott
SERVICE AND AT-ONE-MENT
John B. Willis
ADMISSION TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE MOTHER CHURCH
John V. Dittemore
with contributions from W. N. Miller, W. T. Morse, E. E. Sutherland, Frank C. Barrett, A. J. Usher, H. H. McCartney, Blanche K. Corby, C. H. Foot
I am impelled to write this testimony of my complete cure...
W. A. Merigold
I have thought many times of sending a testimony to the...
Mary M. Heggblade
For the encouragement of those whose healing is slow,...
Cora E. Barton
Human language is inadequate to express one half of the...
Lily C. Brainard
Through the wisdom of Mrs. Eddy, the students of...
Mary B. Whetstone
I would be ungrateful indeed did I fail to mention some...
Willie Byron Gray
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