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evening, ere the sun was set,
The thronging sufferers came,
And Jesus healed them every one—
Healed each and all the same.
Oh, what a record! He discerned
Their dire necessity,
Yet looked beyond that suffering state
Of sin and misery
To where God's perfect likeness shone
In primal purity.
He healed them all.
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"The stability of thy times"
HENDRIK J. DE LANGE
Thinking Rightly of Everyone
"Now is the day of salvation"
Built on Love
ALOISE CLEVELAND ADAMS
"Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?"
MARY ISABEL PATTY BOYCE
Eternity, Not Time
REBECCA WHITMAN BALL
LAURA BROWN CROWELL
Prayer for Sufficient Ability
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from Anita Winifred Harwood, Ruth Falconer, Juliette Folks, Maudie Lembcke Swan, Helen F. Sibley, Grace Wettergren Frazier, Virgil L. Petz
In your "Reading a Columnist's Mail"...
William H. Owen, Committee on Publication for the State of Wisconsin,
My attention has been drawn to...
William V. K. Shepard, Committee on Publication for the State of Pennsylvania,
The writer of the column "Everyday...
J. Latimer Davis, Committee on Publication for the State of Iowa,
In a recent issue of your newspaper...
Mrs. Florence E. Whitehouse, Committee on Publication for Worcestershire, England,
MILES BUCKSTON WATTS
It is with a heart filled with...
Mary Short Mellichampe
I was first attracted to Christian Science...
Bernard G. Davis with contributions from Molly Jean Davis
Probably up to the time I began...
Mildred B. Mills
Christian Science has been my...
Lillian C. Freeman with contributions from Theresa Behrend Choen
In joyful gratitude I here bear...
I have been helped so much in...
Jessie M. Kennard
I love to praise God and express...
I have been helped so much by...
Mary B. Phillips
In the Consciousness of Love
MABEL STUART CURRY
Signs of the Times
with contributions from I. Johansson, Fred A. Line, Richard K. Morton, C. R. McBride, Katherine O'Neill