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As I Study the Lesson
to think how once he stood
Upon the shore of Galilee,
And how the rising water stilled
As he rebuked the storm-tossed sea.
I like to think how children came
And gathered close about his feet,
And how the loaves were multiplied
That all might have enough to eat.
I like to think how men were healed
As tenderly the truth he spoke,
And how the sinner learned that self
Had bowed him with a heavy yoke.
I like to think how he forgave
The scorn and hatred of his day,
And how when men reviled him so,
He had no bitter word to say.
I like to think how in the tomb
He overcame the enemy,
And how his Truth-filled consciousness
Removed the stone and set him free.
I like to think how glad their hearts
At that last breakfast on the shore,
And how the nets were stretched to hold
The shining burden that they bore.
I like to think how doubt dispelled
From thought awakened as from sleep,
And how he told what love should mean,
Saying to Peter, "Feed my sheep."
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Christian Science: the Gift of God
LARUE M. MURRAY
Fruitful Church Activity
SAMUEL H. ROGERS
Stilling the Storm
GERTRUDE NOBLE SEELY
God's Good Will
CLARA B. STRICKLAND
DOROTHY MARY HUTCHINGS
The "louder song"
JAMES A. VINCENT
The Safe Highway
As I Study the Lesson
VERNE TAYLOR BENEDICT
There appeared in a recent issue an article under the...
William H. Owen, Committee on Publication for the State of Wisconsin,
In an article in a recent issue of the Telegraph, the writer,...
Miss Constance M. Frost, Committee on Publication for Queensland, Australia,
The attitude of thinking men and women towards religion...
Lt.-Col. Robert E. Key, District Manager of Committees on Publication for Great Britain and Ireland,
In an address reported in a recent issue, the Free Church...
John Lingard, Committee on Publication for Midlothian, Scotland,
"Where is your faith?"
AMY G. VIAU
A Timely Message
The Christian Science Board of Directors
Overcoming Personal Sense
George Shaw Cook
Evelyn F. Heywood
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science, and I...
John Arthur Thomas with contributions from Rosina Thomas
Christian Science means all to me
Grace P. Henderson
After pondering for a year Christ Jesus' words, "Blessed...
Elizabeth G. Pierce
I am grateful for Mrs. Eddy's spirituality and consecration...
Esther M. Bond with contributions from Laura M. Bond
It is eleven years since Christian Science was brought into...
Jean Schmitt with contributions from Charles T. Schmitt
The Apostle Paul says in Galatians, "The fruit of the...
Maxine C. Rickman with contributions from Olive S. Crain
About thirty-six years ago I spent three months in the...
Claudia C. Sample
I am grateful with all my heart that our little family has,...
"Learn to forget"
VIAHNETT S. MARTIN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Wesley C. Oldt, Delmar L. Dyreson, James Reid, John Bentley, Roy W. Berg, W. Fay Butler, Henry Taylor, William E. Park