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the path seems dark, the way obscure,
And great clouds stoop above me, threatening,
I need not fear these phantoms; safe and sure
I can walk onward, never wavering.
The way shows steep, and dangerously near
I sense the deep abyss; I cannot see
The needful steps to take, but I can hear
A voice behind me, speaking tenderly.
It calms the tempest, bids the wind be still,
And light gleams through the curtains of the rain;
Before me now the path is straight, the hill
Is smoothed, and I walk strong and free again.
So still, so small, yet silver-sweet and clear,
This is the way, walk in it—Love is here.
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HERBERT E. BONHAM
"A glorious career"
KATE W. BUCK
Conscious Oneness with God
NATHAN G. CHATTERTON
"Take care of yourself"
FRANCES H. FENN
"Our sufficiency is of God"
ROBERT ELLIS KEY
God Walks with Me
LUELLA A. BREWER
A Christian Science period in the "Columbia West Coast Church of the Air"...
"Columbia West Coast Church of the Air" talk over Columbia Broadcasting System stations in western United States by Archibald W. Edes, C. S. B., January 29, 1939. Subject: "Where is your faith?"
"What cannot God do?"
"And he will flee from you"
Violet Ker Seymer
with contributions from J. Kirk Shinn, Frances Nelson, Malcolm J. Rand, Josephine F. Howard
I have long wished to express through our periodicals my...
Huldah H. Mitchell
It is now many years since I turned to Christian Science,...
In 1932 I fell ill and had to take to my bed
Erna Schütt with contributions from Wilhelm Schütt
Christian Science came into our home when I was a...
Jeannette Hannan Simmons
Christian Science found me when I felt there was nothing...
During the thirty-three years that I have been interested...
Pearl G. Everitt
I am humbly and inexpressibly grateful for Christian Science,...
MARY WILLIS SHELBURNE
Signs of the Times
with contributions from James Reid, Henry Geerlings, J. L. Cotter, F. Smith, George H. Hillerman