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Let Me Awake
night has spent its seeming spell
And songbirds rise their joy to tell,
When crimson dawn the chill mist breaks;
My thought awakes!
When darkness dwells within my thought,
Pretending that my hope means naught,
Then comes a gleam—God's way I take;
Let me awake!
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IRVING S. BAILEY
Putting First Things First
SUSAN F. CAMPBELL
MARJORIE N. BUFFUM
EDNA E. GRABE
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
Benefits of Working Rightly
JEANETTE F. SUTTON
Erasing the Error
JOHN H. COURTNEY
Let Me Awake
ROBIN A. WALKER
Your issue of Thursday last contains an account of what...
Leslie Burn Andreae, Committee on Publication for Norfolk, England,
In your issue of August 27 a minister of the gospel is...
Oscar R. Porter, Jr., Committee on Publication for the State of North Carolina,
I shall be glad if you will allow me a little space to remark...
Mrs. Isabel Hillier, former Committee on Publication for Cape Province, South Africa,
Turn Thou to God
F. INA BURGESS
"The warfare with one's self"
W. Stuart Booth
Christian Science has brought into our home much harmony...
Warwick Albert Dicker
I wish to express my sincere gratitude for a healing I...
Anna Bernice Barton
For a long time I have intended to give my testimony,...
Freda Fish Beck with contributions from James Howard Beck
Until I was nearly ten years old I was always ailing,...
Unlike the majority, I was not in need of physical healing...
Harriet L. Barnes
I am unable to express in words my gratitude for a healing...
Adeline Wilson Hambly
Having been a student of Christian Science for more...
Myrtle Mae Dittrick with contributions from Alonzo Alva Dittrick, Jr.
The past sixteen years have been the happiest ones of...
Carrye L. Swanson
Behold, I Stand at the Door
ALMA G. V. HARRISON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from William T. Ellis, Bruce Brown