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, I lift my heart to Thee
When clouds are dark and shadows fall;
I touch Thy hand, and know Thee near,
For Thou art All.
Father, I lift my eyes to Thee;
Love casts out fears, and woes of sense;
Within Thine arms, I know no fear—
Thou art omnipotence.
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CAROLINE V. LANGWORTHY
Words versus Ideas
HERBERT E. RIEKE
"And he put them all out"
AGNES MAC MILLAN
JOHN ERSKINE GRANT SANDFORD
That "which was lost"
WILL H. RICHMOND
GRACE CORLEY SUTTON
On Finding One's Place
DELLA M. WHITNEY
On Being Different
J. LILIAN VANDEVERE
SARAH H. COLLINSON
In reply to "Oliver Twist" and "E. M.," writing in your...
Charles W. J. Tennant, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
In establishing the Christian Science movement, Mrs. Eddy...
Lester B. McCoun, former Committee on Publication for the State of Nebraska,
The article entitled "Mrs. Eddy's Power Sources" published...
Ernest L. Buchanan, Committee on Publication for the Province of Manitoba, Canada,
Thou Leadest Me
FLORA B. BENNETT
The Providence of God
Girded with Omnipotence
Violet Ker Seymer
From the Directors
The Christian Science Board of Directors
with contributions from Mary Andrews Sefton, Mary E. Toole
Christian Science has been our only physician for three...
Edward Arthur Schoppe
Great joy and gratitude come to the mother who brings...
Ruth H. Estabrooks
Christian Science came to me at a time when I was in...
M. Arline Waters
All my life I had searched for beauty, but always in...
I came to Christian Science to find God, and not for...
Emma Mary Wood
Gratitude to Christian Science prompts me to relate the...
Martin Isler with contributions from Selected, Rosamunde Isler
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William Lawrence, Smedley D. Butler, J. Canfield Van Doren, Floyd W. Tomkins, Sanford E. Bell, J. Herbert Smity