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morn I prayed for harmony,—
For light, for love, for purity;
And as I prayed I seemed to feel
God would His light to me reveal.
At noon, when duty bade me leave
My cherished plans, and to believe
That all my ways are in His hand,
'Twas hard to trust—to understand.
At eve, obedient to Love's call,
When night was hovering over all,
The light was shining bright on me;
My answered prayer was—Harmony.
Woodrow Wilson with contributions from Robert Lansing
WILLIAM R. RATHVON
FRANK H. SPRAGUE
BESSIE E. LANGDON
Love and Patience
The Burning Bush
SAMUEL JOHNSTONE MACDONALD
The second of the letters against Christian Science written...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
A statement as fairly applicable to poverty as to disease...
A sermon preached in Omaha in opposition to Christian Science...
Carl E. Herring
In a recent issue I find an article under the caption, "A...
John L. Rendall
"I press toward the mark"
"Out of the depths"
John B. Willis
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Ernest C. Moses , Donald M. Jones, William H. Dawes
I first heard of Christian Science on Thanksgiving day,...
Lottie C. Forbes with contributions from Harry B. Forbes
In the fall of 1903, after being ill five years and undergoing...
S. Elizabeth Parker
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Blanche M. Wetzell
Before taking up the study of Christian Science (in 1912)...
When Christian Science came into my life, the clouds of...
F. Lillian Lancaster
I have received so many blessings since taking up the...
Sam B. Metcalfe
It was several years ago that I accepted Christian Science
Ruth H. Bailey Walker
I did not become interested in Christian Science through...
Margaret W. Dyer
PEARLE M. WARREN
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from Edward F. Sanderson, Thomas N. Carver, Edward B. Reese, William J. Hart