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[Written for the Sentinel]
is the secret of the joyful heart:
To know, beyond the shadow of a doubt,
True happiness and peace are quite apart
From mortal seeming; Love is round about.
Though mists of mortal sense may seem to hide
The light of Truth, yet Love will break the spell,
Reveal the glorious fact that none beside
Our Father reigns; within His house we dwell.
Here find we Life eternal; here no lie
Can entrance gain, where God alone has power.
Freed from the dream, we find that Love is nigh;
Rejoice in His sweet presence hour by hour.
A Forbidden Subject
CLARENCE W. CHADWICK
The Holy Grail
"He that serveth"
LIEUT. CECIL HARCOURT-MORRIS
Angels and Protection
MARY ALICE MC DONALD
"The signs of the times"
ANNE VAN VEEN-EYKELBOOM
Truth Always Triumphs
ADDIE TOWNS ARNOLD
EDITH F. MUNROE
The Great Physician," the subject of a sermon reported...
George R. Lowe
Leader and Leadership
William P. McKenzie
Annie M. Knott
William D. McCrackan
with contributions from Lewis L. Harney, Lydia Pool, Sybil L. Forsythe
Having freely received I wish freely to give
A. J. Cone
It is now eleven years since I first heard of Christian Science,...
S. M. Summerfield with contributions from Gertrude Summerfield
It is now about four years since "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Edward Noakes with contributions from Edith Noakes
While visiting my home city about eleven years ago, I...
Nellie Hutchings Klasen
My heart is full of gratitude to God for my knowledge of...
Alice M. Coolidge
About eighteen years ago I first heard of Christian Science,...
H. T. Pennypacker
Six years ago I became interested in the study of Christian Science
Jessie B. Gardner
I am thankful to Christian Science for the healing of...
Lucy Coldwell with contributions from T. Coldwell
In sincere appreciation of the benefits derived from...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Winifred Kirkland, Joseph Fort Newton, Frank A. Manny