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have been one of the lepers,
The ten by the wayside that day,
Who stood afar off and besought him
To send their foul sickness away.
I might have obeyed his commandment,
And found I was healed as I went;
I might have forgotten his kindness,
And turned back to matter, content.
I may be the one who was grateful,
Who came, brimming over with love,
And fell at the feet of the Master,
To thank the dear Father above.
I may lift my heart in thanksgiving,
In homage and praise for His power.
My joy is the right to be grateful,
And gratitude is the heart's flower.
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"The living beauty of Love"
NELLIE B. MACE
The Dignity of Humility
MARY L. ALLEN
Exercise of Right Thinking
LYDIA P. FULLER
Divine Love, the Life of Man
ARTHUR A. CROSBY
The True Realm of Business
ALICE VANDER HIDEN DAMON
ELIZABETH YATES MC GREAL
Divine Concepts versus Sense Impressions
B. MURIEL FUNNELL
WILLIAM EDGAR MORGAN
MARIAN J. COBB
In the issue of the South African Opinion of May 17...
Raymond N. Harley, Committee on Publication for the Transvaal, South Africa,
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William K. Primrose, Assistant to the District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
Holding to the Real
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Mabel Haines Morton, David Weiss
From childhood I longed to belong to a church that followed...
Edith A. Hallas
Many times we hear it said, "How can a mental process...
Dorothy Una Finn
It has been my privilege to experience and prove the...
Harold F. Brookes
Before I became interested in Christian Science, hardly...
Freman D. Sturtevant
During the early part of March, 1934, I sustained a...
I want to express my gratitude for the fact that Christian Science...
Delbert W. Williams with contributions from Verana M. Williams
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"I am the light of the world: he that followeth me shall...
Helene Smith Hicks
ANNE H. BROGAN
Signs of the Times
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