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[Written for the Sentinel]
No! There are no bars between
Us and our good. What seems to hold us fast
Is but illusion's fancied bond, dream-woven:
The warp, the woof, the weaver,—all are but
A fantasy, imagination's child,
Fear born, fear nurtured, and by fear enthralled.
Imprisoned? No! This fearsome, earth-born child
Is not of God or of His image, man.
Man knows no fear: he knows no Mind but God;
And man does aye express the wisdom, strength;
The beauty and the power of Life and Love,—
The Christ, who ever comes to heal and save!
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Fear Proved Baseless
ADA JANE MILLER
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Judge Clifford P. Smith
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Brigman C. Odom
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F. Elmo Robinson
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Robert S. Ross
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Charles W. J. Tennant
"Let your light so shine"
Bases of Unity
John B. Willis
Reverence and Brotherhood
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Rosemary O. Anderson, Elmer W. Demarest, Israel Pickens
Within the past two years I, as well as several of my friends...
Albert Warren Sutphen
When I was thirteen years old I suffered from what is...
With deepest gratitude I testify to my experience in...
Mabel Thorpe Smith
A deep sense of gratitude prompts me to give my testimony...
Grace C. Williams
When Shadows Fled
MANDIUS J. MUNSON
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