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Let justice hold her scale, and truth divide...
Let justice hold her scale, and truth divideBetween the right and wrong; but give the heartThe freedom of its fair inheritance;Let the poor prisoner, cramped and starved so long,At nature's table feast his ear and eyeWith joy and wonder; let all harmoniesOf sound, form, color, motion, wait uponThe princely guest, whether in soft attireOf leisure clad, or the coarse frock of toil.And, lending life to the dead form of faith,Give human nature reverence for the sakeOf One who bore it, making it divineWith the ineffable tenderness of God;Let common need, the brotherhood of prayer,The heirship of an unknown destiny,The unsolved mystery round about us. makeA man more precious than the gold of Ophir.Sacred, inviolate, unto whom all thingsShould minister, as outward types and signsOf the eternal beauty which fulfilsThe one great purpose of creation, Love,The sole necessity of earth and heaven!Whittier.
MILDRED SPRING CASE, A.B.
FRANCES S. WEAVER
GENEVIEVE THOMAS PIERSON
Fear Proved Baseless
ADA JANE MILLER
Now and then a minister tries to dispose of Christian Science...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
"Christian Science Dissected" was the sermon-subject at...
Brigman C. Odom
An understanding of Christian Science is not attainable by...
F. Elmo Robinson
Not long ago The Recorder published in full a learned...
Robert S. Ross
In an article by Mr.—appearing in a recent issue the...
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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with contributions from William Elliot Griffis, R. J. Campbell