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[Written for the Sentinel]
The day seemed dark and full of gloom,Athwart the sky the shadow fell,My weary heart gave doubt full roomAnd none seemed near that I could tell."Be still and know that I am God,"An angel whispered; I obeyedThat blest command, and realizedHis wondrous power. My doubt was stayed.
When doubt had fled I heard a voiceProclaiming straight from harmony,"Rejoice! again I say rejoice!"And as I heeded I was free;Oh blessed day of liberty!The sun shone golden in the blue,Caroled the birds a glad refrain;Rejoicing, I found all things new.
Mary Baker Eddy
MARY BEECHER LONGYEAR
The Founding of Christian Science
GUSTAVUS S. PAINE
LESTER DAVID EHMKE
Inquiring of the Lord
MARY H. CUMMINS
The One Protection
ALICE K. METZ
BETH HUGHES D'AETH
A Great Leader
The Nail in the Sure Place
Gustavus S. Paine
David B. Ogden
I am indeed grateful for Christian Science and all it has...
Nainlee L. Pharr
It is a number of years since I was given up by the doctors,...
Ada Painter with contributions from William Painter
Christian Science came to me a good many years ago,...
Christian Science came to us several years ago, and...
William S. Augspurger
With a desire to express my thankfulness to God, and...
Edward X. Herr with contributions from Edward X. Herr, Bernice Williamson Carter
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Oscar L. Joseph, W. H. Haden, A. Lawrence Lowell, George W. Richards