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not for what has gone before,
Nor gaze with longing eyes
Into the future's dim expanse
To list the dream that lies.
But rise! Throw open wide your door,
And on the threshhold meet
The Christ that waiteth patiently
With humble sandaled feet.
Cast off the shackles of your sin,
Your weight of fear and woe,
Into your inmost thoughts allow
His healing love to flow.
Then fear not what the future holds,
Nor what has gone before,
For Christ, Truth, all-sufficient is,
Both now and evermore.
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In the Safety Zone
GORDON V. COMER
Working Out Problems Rightly
DELLA M. WHITNEY
"The ideal man"
LAUNCELOT CECIL STUDDERT KENNEDY
"Return every man to his house"
SUSAN F. CAMPBELL
EARL J. FISHER
GENEVA MARY CLIPPINGER
LOUIS J. DU BOIS
"The finger-posts of divine Science"
MARGUERITE SCOTT TILL
The phenomenal spread of Christian Science amongst...
Charles W. J. Tennant,
In a letter signed "Vatic," appearing in a recent issue of...
George H. Kitendaugh,
"Fret not thyself"
From a letter dated 1893
MARY BAKER EDDY
Freedom through Uprightness
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Nellie C. Cole, Lynville Dascome Scofield, Henry Schaefer
I should like to relate my wonderful healing of eczema
Because I value Christian Science as the most blessed...
Florence E. Heimark
For twenty years I have been a student of Christian Science;...
Ralph C. Holmes
Because so much of my life has been reconstructed...
Earle E. Bruck
Signs of the Times
with contributions from David D. Jones, Hubert Opperman, W. R. Williams, Merle N. Smith, Prebendary E. C. Rich