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[Written for the Sentinel]
Facing the Light
"Whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely ... think on these things."—Phil. iv:8.
morn, one summer's morn, I saw
A little child who stood and wept
Most bitterly; and asking why,
He said that ever near him kept
A shadow, dark and deep, that went before
His steps, by field or stream or sanded shore.
FRANK H. SPRAGUE
JOHN SIDNEY BRAITHWAITE, M.A.
Silence and Harmony
SIBYL SAMMIS-MAC DERMID
Bread Cast upon the Waters
RUTH E. WILLIAMS
"Casting away his garment"
JOSEPHINE O. DUNN
Results of Sunday School Experience
LEON J. CORBEY
Facing the Light
A. JACQUELINE SHAW
The reference to the Christian Science textbook and to...
Albert F. Gilmore
Teachers of an Earthly Wisdom
William P. McKenzie
Unbelief Cast Out
Annie M. Knott
William D. McCrackan
with contributions from John S. Porter, Frank L. Thresher, W. H. Mulvey, Ethel Putnam, Frances Porter, Nancy Jane Felt, Derwent S. Whittlesey, Green M. Crook
I feel most grateful to Mrs. Eddy and Christian Science...
William Ernest Lowenstein
I have often had a desire to share with others who are...
Estelle L. Hudson
That God is a very present help in time of trouble, was...
Gertrude P. Belden
Christian Science has made such a great change in my...
With a heart filled with gratitude, I give my testimony to...
Louisa C. S. Marshall
Christian Science has done so much for me and mine,...
As a child I was brought up in a Christian household
Lula L. Helm
I am sending my testimony, which means a great deal to...
May G. Hicks with contributions from Norman S. Hicks
In the fall of 1906 I heard of Christian Science through...
Jennie F. Freer
with contributions from The Christian Science Publishing Society