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[Written for the Sentinel]
Paul and Silas
clear your vision; how serene your trust,
Brave gospel messengers! Though basely served,
Afflicted sore; in loathsome dungeon thrust;
By cruel stocks confined—all undeserved—
Yet, at black midnight's hour, united voice
Uplifting gratefully, ye waited not
The moment of deliverance to rejoice.
Full well ye knew such ruthless, unjust lot
No part of governance of Love divine,
Hence but a passing phase of human sense.
In answer swift the quaking earth gave sign
The wrath of man yields to omnipotence.
I, too, would learn this lesson—to sing praise
When error's bondage claims to hold me fast.
For, as above the seeming ill I raise
Truth-lighted thought, and wholly from me cast
False mortal evidence, true freedom waits
My praiseful affirmations, just at hand.
Then, howsoe'er entangled in dire straits,
I'll hymn my gratitude and firmly stand
In Christly liberty, assured no wrong—
Since baseless and unreal—can outstay
God's nearness realized. The night-time song,
Is sure forerunner of glad freedom's day!
CHARLES H. RING
Spontaneity and Inspiration
ETHEL L. SARGENT
Love One Another
Our Daily Prayer
MARY L. BURCH
Paul and Silas
FREDERICK STARR CAMPBELL
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CORA D. PAINE
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with contributions from Charles Alexander Richmond, Coolidge