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[Written for the Sentinel]
is no night but in God's frown;
There is no day but in His smile.""The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany," page 129. Oh, weary pilgrim, lift thy head,
And in this message rest a while.
Do nights seem starless, days seem long?
Thy sense of both must pass away.
A human concept measures time,
And calls its passing "night" or "day."
But human concepts always err.
Wouldst have thy path forever bright
With God's own sunshine? Listen, then.
The way is simple. Just do right.
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JOHN RANDALL DUNN
LUCY HAYS REYNOLDS
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