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you hear His voice, O pilgrim,
When the night was dark and long;
Did you hear Him calling softly,
Sweeter than the sweetest song?
In His house are many mansions:
One there is for you and me,
With its blessing rich, eternal,
Ever ours divinely free.
Here is life in more abundance,
Here is love and never hate,
Here are peace and hope unfailing
For the guest within His gate.
Make your raiment spotless, pilgrim,
Purge your heart of every ill;
Naught but holiness can enter
In this haven safe and still.
Joyous is the welcome waiting
For the grateful guests that come,
Theirs to share the wondrous fullness
Of their God's enduring sum.
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The Goodness of God
PETER B. BIGGINS
Our Attitude before Services
ELIZABETH YATES MC GREAL
JOAN E. METELERKAMP
Be, Not Get
J. MAY FENWICK
JAMES MONTEITH ERSKINE
The True Mirror
HETTIE L. ANDERSON
In the issue of the Advertiser of June 28 appears an...
William Wallace Porter, Committee on Publication for the State of New York,
In regard to the report in your paper for last Wednesday...
Percy H:sson Tamm, Committee on Publication for Sweden,
If your correspondent had carefully read my letter in your...
Gordon William Flower,
RUTH MARIE DILLON
Listening for God's Voice
W. Stuart Booth
with contributions from Myrtle Timmons Sutherland
At the age of a year and a half my youngest daughter...
Grete Tosini with contributions from João Tosini
I feel a veritable flood tide of gratitude when I think of...
Mary F. Kennedy
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science
I have long been grateful for demonstrations of the...
Charles Jackson Jones
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science and...
Martha Ida Wilson
Words cannot express my gratitude to God for Christian Science...
"Thanks be unto God for his unspeakable gift." This...
Laura E. Blodgett
My homage first of all goes to divine Love, who heals...
Anna M. Geisert
MAUDE DE VERSE NEWTON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from E. W. Grigg, James Reid, A Correspondent, Margaret P. Willey, C. G. Fuller