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[Written for the Sentinel]
is no unbelief. The humble clod
That bears a slender blade, or floweret fair,
Points upward unto God.
Each joyous song that greets the glowing dawn,
Awakens thought to hope of joys untold,
As Truth and Love unfold.
There is no unbelief. Each single star
That shines amid the hosts of heaven's blue,
But lights our faith anew.
And when full understanding brings relief
From every phase of ill, all doubt is still—
There is no unbelief.
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"I say unto all, Watch"
The Rod of God
Disease Was Never Real
CHARLES V. WINN
MATILDA R. KLEINHANS
Harvesting the Fruits of Christian Science
ELIZABETH MARIA CORDSEN
Casting out Fear with Love
OSCAR GRAHAM PEEKE
In a recent issue of the Jewish Times the writer of "Random...
Conrad Bernhard, Jr., Committee on Publication for the State of Maryland,
I would appreciate the courtesy of a brief space in your...
Orwell Bradley Towne, Committee on Publication for the State of New York,
In your last issue "Ignorans" propounds several what he...
Stanley M. Sydenham, Committee on Publication for Yorkshire, England,
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Thomas A. Wyles, Committee on Publication for South Australia,
FLORENCE CLEVELAND MC DONALD
"Thy word is truth"
Albert F. Gilmore
"Newness of life"
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Chancellor L. Jenks
For many years I suffered from indifferent health
Clara M. Theron
In August, 1914, when arriving in Zurich, Switzerland, I...
Jenny Miehle with contributions from Eleanor Hoppock Leonard
Christian Science came into our family when I was ten...
Joyce E. Baxter
Before coming into Christian Science I suffered from...
I was not attracted to Christian Science for physical healing...
Alta Phillips Eldborg with contributions from Lowell Phillips
Christian Science came to our home twenty years ago in...
Gertrude May Wilson
ELENORA E. PIKE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Horton, John Q. Adams, Helen Keller