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[Written for the Sentinel]
For Truth that has dawned upon error's long night,
O'erspanning the cloud with its rainbow of light;
For Love ever present, dispelling the gloom,
Transforming earth's drought into fresheness and bloom;
The balm of the healing Christ ever at hand,
Supply all-sufficient for daily demand;
For hope growing brighter, calm trust that sustains;
For strength in the conflict, sweet peace which remains;
For loved ones now walking this same narrow way,
Whose fellowship cheers in the heat of the day;—
For all the sweet joys which my footsteps attend,
I thank Thee, dear Father, redeemer and friend.
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Disease Not Real
JULIA WARNER MICHAEL
"To whom shall we go?"
CARL E. HERRING
HERBERT ARTHUR HUTCHINSON
Our Church Singing
KATE J. BRAINARD
ROBERT E. KEY
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An evangelist in your city has been making persisitent...
Ezra W. Palmer
LOUISE ELIZABETH LITZSINGER
"A thousand years"
Annie M. Knott
John B. Willis
William P. McKenzie
with contributions from Charles E. von Heitman, Samuel Russell, Jr., Edmund F. Burton, Warren C. Klein, C. M. Morse
For more than thirty years I have been in the practice of...
Louis S. Keller
Christian Science has done so much for me that I wish to...
I would add my testimony of gratitude for the blessings...
In Hebrews we read much about the word faith, but until I...
Phebe E. Hunter
For many years I was a miserably unhappy man, owing...
EDITH L. PERKINS
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