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[Written for the Sentinel]
walked in the paths of the lowly,
He sat at the rich man's feast,
With ever a word for the highest,
And ever a thought for the least.
In temple or market or byway,
'Mid sorrow and sickness and strife,
He toiled at his glorious canvas,—
The beautiful picture of Life.
He healed the sad hearts of the broken,
He strengthened the fainting and weak,
And never a cry from the stricken,
That he did not hear,—and did speak;
A staff to the hands of the doubter,
A guide to the swift feet of youth,
He fashioned his radiant pages,—
The beautiful story of Truth.
Compassionate, meek, and forgiving,
Unwearied he went to the end;
Of widow and orphan the comfort,
Of outcast and sinner the friend,
In stilling of anguish and discord,
In gift of the peace from above,
He sounded in cadences golden
The beautiful anthem of Love.
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W. STUART BOOTH
"Put away the strange gods"
SAMUEL FREDERICK SWANTEES
SARA BLACK LITTLE
IDA RANDALL SIMONEAU
Man, the Reflection of Spirit
LINA MARTHA FLEISCHMANN
The Monitor and Citizenship
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Miss Madge Bell, Committee on Publication for Auckland, New Zealand,
Christian Scientists do not initiate or invite controversy,...
Theodore Burkhart, Committee on Publication for the State of Oregon,
Christian Scientists agree with our surgeon-critic's statement...
Ralph W. Still, Committee on Publication for the State of Texas,
In reference to the question asked in a recent issue of...
Miss Florence B. Russell, Committee on Publication for Hampshire, England,
In your issue of recent date, there is a veiled reference to...
Albert E. Lombard, Committee on Publication for Southern California,
Christian Science is mentioned in the account of a sermon...
Aaron E. Brandt, Committee on Publication for the State of Pennsylvania,
Extracts from Reports of Christian Science Committees on Publication for the Year Ended September 30, 1924
Albert F. Gilmore
Ella W. Hoag
The Comfort that is of God
with contributions from Myrtle Cars-well Collins, Alfred Cyril Bingham, Charles W. Shaw, M. Beatrice McLennan, Aleph E. Cartwright, Arthur T. Daily
I shall never cease to be grateful for the first healing...
When I came to Christian Science several years ago it...
While in the Motor Transport Service in France, in...
William R. Duncan
About twenty years ago the seed of Truth was sown in my...
Charles Arthur Petty with contributions from Lela Love Petty
About five years ago I began to read the works of Mary Baker Eddy...
Wilfred C. Acfield
From early childhood I was considered very nervous;...
Emma S. Scott
The beautiful teachings of Christian Science and its...
Ida S. Lindvall
I was paralyzed on one side, and two doctors said I...
Joseph H. Lewis
WILLIAM H. WRIGHT
Signs of the Times
with contributions from C. W. Brown, William S. Sadler, J. L. Paton's, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow