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IN August, 1915, at Galveston, Texas, there were assembled five members of a household, all students of Christian Science, and the experience through which they passed during three days was a test of their faith in the omnipotence of God, good; but a gratitude which words inadequately express filled their hearts for the revelation of Truth to this age, the understanding of which enabled them in the midst of raging elements to have the peace that passeth understanding. Wind from ninety to one hundred and twenty miles an hour was whistling around the house, a frame building on brick pillars, and the water was rising with great rapidity, but all this did not frighten the right thinkers.

During this experience these lines from our Leader's hymn "Christ My Refuge" (Poems, p. 12), were recalled:—

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