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How precious are Thy thoughts, O God;
How great the sum of them to me!
If I should count them, one by one,
They are too vast to numbered be.
And so I take them as they come,
Rejoicing in Thy boundless store,
And thanking Thee with grateful heart,
That, as I need them, there are more.
The Healing at Zarephath
LOUISE KNIGHT WHEATLEY COOK
Our Present Existence Illumined
LUTHER PHILLIPS CUDWORTH
HILDA D. B. FELTON
Christian Science and Our Problems
WALTER H. PUGH
"How long halt ye between two opinions?"
Substance and the Problem of Unemployment
LESLIE LUTZ ANDERSON
GWEN M. CASTLE
In an address given as part of the program of the Iowa State College...
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
The three letters on Christian Science in your last issue,...
Cecil E. Benjamin, Committee on Publication for the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa,
From the Field
with contributions from Selected
"Wells of salvation"
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Marie Jenks Adams, E. Stuart Davidson, Charles E. Cooley, Paul Wilson, Robert A. Hays
From my early youth I desired to know the purpose of...
From the unreal and unnatural views that I formerly...
Harold J. Emmons
It is twenty-seven years since Christian Science was first...
Marie M. Booth with contributions from Max G. Booth
It is with sincere gratitude to God for Christian Science...
Vine Fink Simpkins
The paragraph on page 174 of "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Alexander H. Wedelstadt
I wish to express my gratitude for the many blessings I...
Julia T. Coombs
I wish to testify to the wonderful uplifting joy and freedom...
Margaret Geraldine Godefroi
PEARLE M. WARREN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William Gascoigne Cecil, P. Whitwell Wilson, E. Milner-White, Evangeline Booth, Floyd W. Tomkins