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A Morning Prayer
, I thank Thee for this night of rest;
It was Thy truth that calmed my troubled breast.
All through the day Thy presence I will seek;
Thus shall my footsteps reach the mountain peak.
Help me to give to those I meet today
Some healing thought to guide them on their way;
And when the day is done, the duties o'er,
My heart to lift to Thee in praise once more.
Spiritual Alertness Antidotes Apathy
W. STUART BOOTH
"The opening of the prison"
MABEL REED HYZER
RAYMOND W. SCHULTZ
How Can I Serve?
Love for God and Man
RAYMOND MANSBRIDGE BROCK
Resisting the Propaganda of Evil
E. OLIVE DAVIS
"What hast thou in the house?"
ETHEL WASGATT DENNIS
George Shaw Cook
Evelyn F. Heywood
Ezra W. Palmer
with contributions from Mary Elta N. Zellner
A correspondent in a recent issue declares...
Mrs. Winifred M. Hartley, Committee on Publication for the County of Staffordshire, England,
In your syndicated column, an...
Lyman S. Abbott, Committee on Publication for the State of Michigan,
Christian Science is indeed...
Lucie Peterson Cole
It is now over twenty years...
Mildred A. Wilson
My deep gratitude goes out to...
Martha Edith Drinkwater
It is with sincere gratitude for...
I find it difficult to express my...
Adaline D. Van Utt
It has been a source of much...
Olen D. Casteel
Since first I became interested...
Gordon N. Harkness with contributions from Helen W. Harkness
Words can never express my...
Ruth Burrows Grant
A few years ago I was stricken...
A Morning Prayer
NAOMI V. M. TOPLEY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Earl L. Douglass, J. Edgar Hoover, J. D. G. Medley, R. N. Merrill, C. V. Priddle, H. Ray Berger