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[Written for the Sentinel]
As gently as the dew on tender flower,
Comes to the heart Love's holy, healing power;
As lightly as the breeze in summer air,
Truth clears the mist of sense that lodgeth there.
Truth does not change! Each child of God must be
His perfect image through eternity;
Thine eyes but open to a wider range—
The truth of being time can never change.
Ah, thine are peace and gladness if thou seek
The Life divine with grateful heart and meek!
There's naught but good,—no evil thou canst find
In thy true home, our Father-Mother Mind!
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God Is Truth
JOHN B. WILLIS
The Armor of Righteousness
IDA S. KOHL
Keeping Up One's Courage
The Church Soloist
MILDRED SPRING CASE
God's Work in God's Way
GEORGE C. PALMER
CHARLES C. SANDELIN
The uncomplimentary manner is which our ministerial...
H. S. Hughes, Jr.,
The gentleman from Buffalo who appears so frequently...
Albert F. Gilmore
It is true that the teachings of Christian Science in relation...
Henry Van Arsdale
Referring to people calling themselves Christian Scientists,...
Aaron E. Brandt
"Take heed what ye hear"
William P. McKenzie
"Lo, I am with you alway"
William D. McCrackan
Annie M. Knott
with contributions from Charles E. Jarvis
with contributions from Bicknell Young, Olaf N. Dybvig, Hattie I. Parrish, Milton B. Marks
About nine years ago I was divinely led to take up the...
Arthur W. Dunn
Eighteen years ago, while living in a small western town,...
Ida M. Mühe with contributions from J. S. Mühe
About six years ago I found myself with a skin disease...
I first asked for Christian Science treatment about eight...
I am very grateful for all the benefits we have received...
Agnes L. Herrick
While living in Pomona, California, about nine years ago,...
Fred C. Jaquette
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