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His Rule, How Kind!
kind the reign of Him who rules above!
His kingdom is a safe and sheltering place,
Where none can ever hide himself from Love
Or wander from his Father's smiling face.
No lack disturbs, since Love supplies all things;
Reflecting Him, man dwells in harmony.
Full peace and righteousness His service brings;
Who Love expresses, is forever free.
So gentle His commands, and kind His voice,
My fears and sorrows I in Him confide;
His benefits my grateful heart rejoice,
For every need I know He will provide.
My joy, in His control, flames high above
What comes to those who dwell where error sways;
His strength shall ample for my weakness prove,
My griefs be met by His defending grace.
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Christian Science and the Law of Nations
"Rejoiceth as a strong man"
ANNA STANTON LAY
JOSEPH C. GOTTSCHALK
The Attraction of the Christ, Truth
FRANCES S. BEATTY
"The education of the future"
DON C. GIFFORD
Prayer for Understanding
Permanence of Man
Peter V. Ross
Evelyn F. Heywood
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The editor of "Your Questions Answered"...
Luther K. Bell, Committee on Publication for the State of Connecticut,
Christian Scientists always welcome...
R. Ashley Vines, Committee on Publication for Victoria, Australia,
In a recent issue you quote a...
Lt.-Col. Robert E. Key,
His Rule, How Kind!
CHARLES W. TOWNSEND
Sunday School Notes and Comments
with contributions from John Sutherland Bonnell
I am so grateful for the spiritual...
Dorothy Florence Gally
I wish to express my gratitude...
George W. Plummer
I am grateful for the steadfastness...
Martha Gene Cook
Christian Science has been my...
William Louis Stephan
Too long have I delayed to give...
To anyone beginning the study...
Lena Smith Hill
I was reared in a deeply religious...
Erma S. Fathchild
ANNA M. KINNEY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Earl Jensen, Maurice Marcus, Ida B. Wise Smith, Arthur W. Mohns