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[Written for the Sentinel]
Day by Day
The days that pass us, one by one,
Are as a string of gems to me,—
Days that are shining with a deed well done,
Days all aglow with the love we've won,
Each day enshrined in loving thought,
Linked with the joy the truth has brought;
And as we con them, round and round,
An endless chain of gems is found.
Days that are gone, reflecting light,
Days yet to come, all pure and white,
Memory and hope join hands, and we see
Time reaching on to eternity.
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"The sustaining infinite"
IRVING C. TOMLINSON, M.A.
"Loose him, and let him go"
FRANK B. HOMANS
CORNELIA BATEMAN FARADAY
WILLIAM A. HUNTER
"I will lift up mine eyes"
RHETA L. TODD
A clipping containing a question asked by a correspondent,...
Judge Clifford P. Smith
There may have been a time when some people accepted...
Robert S. Ross
Christian Science is not the invention of any person; the...
Separate and Distinct
Annie M. Knott
Law and Life
John B. Willis
with contributions from A. J. Gillis, Henry M. Brown, Marshall W. Downing, Henry Deutsch, H. L. Frost, Harold E. Saunders, Mrs. John P. Wilson
In August, 1913, I suddenly became so ill that I had to...
Lina Römer with contributions from Jennie E. Thoma
In October, 1913, a distressing condition of inflammation...
Charles W. Robinson
Ten years ago I was led to investigate Christian Science...
Benjamin L. Blair with contributions from Hattle Blair
Day by Day
MYRA FAY GRANT
From Our Exchanges
with contributions from A. Z. Conrad, Philip Wendell Crannell, Leon A. Harvey