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came in at the door—
Self, with its tattered gown;
Peevish and drab and poor,
Self came in with a frown:
I must push and struggle and strive
In order to keep alive—
Or else I should soon be dead—
Love came in at the door,
Love, with its arms out wide;
Rich love, that couldn't be poor—
Sharing and satisfied.
I must give of my Father's treasure
Unstintingly, in largest measure!
Love said—and when love looked round
No self was found.
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The Day of Atonement
MABEL REED HYZER
KENNETH S. VALENTINE
CORINNE M. MC CONNICO
Ask Not Amiss
W. CYPRIAN BRIDGE
Discarding Material Toys
MARY C. HARVEY
SOPHIE F. STOLZ
ANITA ST. JOHN KELLY
B. GWENDOLEN NISBET
Your issue of February 25 contains a letter in which...
William K. Primrose,
In a recent issue of your paper a clergyman of your city...
W. Truman Green,
For a long time mankind has looked forward expectantly...
Albert E. Lombard,
The Hem of His Garment
HELEN MAR BROWN
Violet Ker Seymer
W. Stuart Booth
with contributions from Lester A. Ballew, Paul W. Arndt, Ethel C. Allen
I feel that I should express in some measure my gratitude...
Emma Louise Temple
Christian Science came to my attention at a time when...
Laura Ulrich McCray
Christian Science has been such a benefit to me that I...
John Bell with contributions from Ellen Bell
More than twenty years ago I asked for my first treatment...
Edith Reid Brice
I suffered for three years from a disease which the...
Valentin J. Mantu
The light of Christian Science dawned in my consciousness...
Out of deep gratitude for the great blessing of Christian Science...
Anna Alma Schmale
About fourteen years ago a lady who had just become...
Gratitude for blessings received has prompted this testimony
Urma Ruth Hargus
My heart is filled with sincere gratitude for Christian Science,...
Margaret L. Kapinos
RUTH MARIE DILLON
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