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may no heart be turned from Thee
By any deed of mine;
And may I ever steadfast be
To point Thy love divine.
And may I never turn aside
From any anxious heart
That turns to me for rest and drink;
Oh, may I stand apart
From mortal mind's false sympathy—
A candle, burning clear,
That shows to all who long to see:
Fear not, our God is here!
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"Make this valley full of ditches"
ELMO BAKER WHITMORE
Practical Application of Spiritual Ideas
"Come and dine"
JACOB BARR WILES
The Pool of Bethesda
ANN T. PORTER
Seeking and Finding Employment
HAROLD C. LEWIS
MARY H. CUMMINS
A New Lesson
Julia M. Johnston
In an address by a well-known physician, as reported in...
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
That your editorial of a few days since may not give...
Thomas C. Hollingshead, Committee on Publication for the State of Idaho,
I shall be glad if you will kindly allow me to reply to a...
Miss Kathleen O'Connor, Committee on Publication for Somersetshire, England,
Your contributor of recent date, under the caption "The...
Joseph Coffer, Committee on Publication for the State of Oklahoma,
Mind and Its Supposititious Opposite
Clifford P. Smith
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Charles Cook, Alvin John Schafer, Hattie Edmunds Pratt, Gladys G. Pirkner
About seventeen years ago I called on a Christian Science...
Clara B. Leigh
The experience of many years in Christian Science has...
Arthur G. Johnson
Christian Science was presented to me a number of years...
It is with a grateful heart that I give this testimony
Cara B. Kirtz
Since I came into Christian Science, about seven years...
Frank H. Roberts
For some years before learning of Christian Science I...
Sarah A. Easman
In 1910 the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Ruby T. Gray
Years of happiness and immeasurable help received...
VERNE TAYLOR BENEDICT
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Basil Mathews, Bruce Brown, William Robertson, Margaret E. Sangster, H. H. M. Bartleet, G. Tulloch