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To fast is not to grieve with downcast look;
To fast is to reject the carnal mind
With all its hates, and fears, and empty pride,
Deceptive, wrong desires that do enslave.
To fast is dwelling in Christ-consciousness;
To starve the sin that would have man believe
That God has not provided for his need,
That good is helpless, truth of no avail
To guide in paths of joy and happiness.
Thus turning from misleading mortal sense
We fast, and touch the healing robe of Christ.
ALICE S. HINKSON
"Come ye to the waters"
EILEEN SHEILAH PEYTON
The Universal Law of God
EDNA H. HOWE
ROBERT DICKINSON NORTON
"Earth's preparatory school"
FLORA A. WATERBURY
CAROLINE B. WINGERT
NORA L. BROWN
The Vanguard of November 8 contains "a verbatim report"...
Robert Ramsey, Committee on Publication for Lanarkshire, Scotland,
The syndicated article entitled "Enemies of Society,"...
Ernest L. Buchanan, Committee on Publication for the Province of Manitoba, Canada,
In Paths of Righteousness
EDITH M. SHANK
God Is Governing
God's Protecting Power
W. Stuart Booth
with contributions from Goldie M. Morris, Kathryn C. Oliver, Joseph J. Wright, Kern B. Fontaine, John Sharpe Wilson
"Freely ye have received, freely give"
In our family healings through Christian Science have...
Mattie E. Streeter
Almost nine years ago I took up the study of Christian Science
Audrey L. Newton
Mrs. Eddy writes in Science and Health (p. 55): "In...
Moye B. Miller
I wish to express my gratitude to God, to Christ Jesus,...
A friend advised me to advertise in The Christian Science Monitor,...
Margaret H. H. Clement
I wish to express my gratitude for the healing and regenerating...
Maida C. Beesley with contributions from W. R. Beesley
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Henry Kendall-Booth, John McDowell, Paul Barber, Adolph Keller