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[Written for the Sentinel]
For thou hast been a strength to the poor, a strength to the needy in his distress, a refuge from the storm, a shadow from the heat, when the blast of the terrible ones is as a storm against the wall.—Isaiah 25:4.
The blast of the terrible ones may comeas a storm against the wall!What of that? For our God is a God of calm:I have harked to a pine cone's fallAnd missed never a word of that still, small voiceWhich told me the way to go;I have heard His whisper ride down the galesof summer—of blizzard snow.
The Naturalness of Good
The Oneness of Authority and Service
FLORENCE HELEN BOSWELL
"Cling steadfastly to God and His idea"
GEORGE E. DANIEL
CAROLINE E. ROBSON
No Good or Bad Luck
Gustavus S. Paine
W. EDSON SMITH
Christian Science was first presented to me by a relative...
Minnie J. Holden
The Bible tells us that "the last enemy that shall be...
Bessie G. Kraber
For over eighteen years prior to my gaining a knowledge...
James S. Barron
For some time it has been my desire, and I believe my...
Emma C. Hildebrand with contributions from C. R. Hildebrand
Like many others I came into Christian Science through...
Blanche M. Colley with contributions from W. A. Colley
"No greater blessing could come to mankind than Christian Science,...
Fay Frisbie Johnston
It is my desire to express publicly my gratitude to God...
Helen W. Barnard
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Felix Grendon, John R. Commons, W. J. Turner, Basil A. Yeaxlee