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me, O Lord, to see the subtlety
Of evil, which deceiveth those asleep in sense,
Such forms as ease in matter, selfishness, till hence
Unto their native nothingness and vanity
They go. May I no longer uselessly
On wanton errands precious moments spend,
But rather in Thy service joyously
The slightest bidding of Thy love attend.
Yea, for Thy voice may I be listening
When Thou, dear Lord, dost whisper in my ear.
E'en now I feel that glad awakening,
My pathway lies before me straight and clear,
No longer rugged, misty, dark, and drear.
Thy wondrous light hath banished every fear.
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Literature Distribution—Constructive Giving
BENJAMIN H. LEIGHTON
EVELYN SYLVESTER KNOWLES
Prayer and Praise
"Mind, the author of all things"
HARRY MURRAY LETHBRIDGE
Three Progressive Steps
MARGARET V. HEYWOOD
WILLIAM EDGAR MORGAN
LORENE H. TROUSDALE
When naming various groups of people who do not use...
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
It is again necessary that certain inaccurate statements...
Mrs. Ethel R. Parker, former Committee on Publication for Cheshire, England,
In the article "Medicine and Superstition" published in...
Meinrad Schnewlin, Committee on Publication for German-speaking Switzerland,
WINIFRED ERSKINE MC INTYRE
From a letter dated 1893
MARY BAKER EDDY
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Holding Fast to Spiritual Truth
Principle is Love
George Shaw Cook
It is natural to be especially grateful for the first proof...
Glendower M. Niness
I want to go on record as standing squarely behind the...
C. Leigh Stevenson with contributions from Muffie Davis Stevenson
In Isaiah we read, "And a little child shall lead them."
Christian Science came to me in a very dark hour
Annie F. Maxwell
About fifteen years ago, after a physician was unable to...
Martha S. Hyman with contributions from Meyer S. Hyman
BERNHARD H. STENZEL
Signs of the Times
with contributions from G. E. Terry, Barnard R. H. Spaull, Thomas Hastwell, J. Buchanan Bernardin