"There is nothing that is divided"

There was published some years ago an old hymn taken from some newly discovered Syriac manuscripts. Authorities agreed that it must have been in use among the early Christians, but its discoverer confessed to being puzzled as to the sort of Christianity it represented.

To one Christian Scientist it was a beautiful expression of the heavenly Father's infinite provision of good for man, as revealed through spiritual understanding. It was called "Ode 34," and the first lines ran:

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