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The Morning Star
silver shadows slowly creep across the grass;
Tall trees are dusky silhouettes against the sky,
Where tones of turquoise, rose, and saffron swiftly pass
Beyond the velvet curtain of the night. The cry
Of birds is stilled. The world is dark. And then afar
Upon the black horizon's rim there shines—a star!
Thus sometimes deep despair engulfs the human heart;
Dense blackness blots out all the beauty, all the light
And loveliness of life. Our faith seems to depart,
And all our happiness is drowned in sudden night.
Then Love's bright glow flames upward through the gloom, and where
The darkness glowered, the radiance of Love shines there.
All mortal fear, all sickness, sorrow, death, these are
Our night which disappears with Love's bright morning star.
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"Fret not thyself"
Why Do I Attend Church?
Seeking and Finding
GARTH WALTON MC GOVREN
The Healings by the Wayside
MADELYN G. COBHAM
MAY LILIAN SPURWAY
Practicing Christian Science
JOHN GERARD LORD
"An understanding heart"
W. ALLYN BUTTERFIELD
In a recent issue of your paper appears a partial review...
Aaron E. Brandt, Committee on Publication for the State of Pennsylvania,
In your recent issue the following comment is reported...
Stanley Sheen, Committee on Publication for Yorkshire, England,
Recently De Avondpost contained a detailed review of...
Dr. David A. Giel, Committee on Publication for Holland,
A Command and a Promise
"The conclusion of the whole matter"
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from Eleanor M. Sperry, Royal B. Cape-Williamson, Clifton F. Jackson, Samuel Gschwind
My first experience in Christian Science, over twenty-two...
Alvina R. Fichtner
Among the many blessings I have received since becoming...
Emily T. Morrice
It is with a heart full of gratitude that I want to relate...
Mrs. Eddy says in Science and Health (Pref., p. vii),...
Edyth L. Goin
The testimonies in the periodicals are always so refreshing...
William Elmer Townsend
The Morning Star
F. INA BURGESS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Jerome M. Joffee, Elsie Grafius, Admiral R. E. Byrd, Ernest H. Cherrington, R. T. Foust