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The Hour of Prayer
morn I come to the eternal source
And meditate on blessings gathered here;
Then, as I worshop God, a mighty force
Dispels within me every lurking fear.
For wine of inspiration, which I seek,
Immeasurably satisfies, uplifts;
It is as though I hear the Father speak
Great words of import. Mists disperse, and rifts
Disclose the secret which the darkness hid.
I see the Christ, Redeemer, Lord, most blest!
Black night, of which my thought I strove to rid,
Yields now to light divine; and love and rest
Come through wide-open doors to save and heal.
And now in gratitude to God I kneel.
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Some Thoughts on Buoyancy
John M. Tutt
Healing through Obedience to the Church Manual
LUCILE HUNTINGTON SHOOP
God's Purpose Is Good
"Father-Mother God, all-harmonious"
Mary E. Cook
Seeing God's Man
EDWARD EVERETT MC KENNA
"Let not your heart be troubled"
SARAH ELEANOR PAINE
Thwarting the Adversary
Peter V. Ross
The One, Ever-adequate Way
with contributions from Georgina H. Gibson
An incidental reference to Christian Science...
Luther K. Bell,
The Chronicle in a recent issue...
Your church page recently included...
John A. C. Fraser,
MARY TENNISON MORGAN
A few years ago I was suddenly...
Grace E. Dearborn
Christian Science indeed has...
Dorothea W. Haden
In deep gratitude to God, to...
More than twenty years ago I...
Mary E. Scott
Out of a deeply humble recognition...
Richard F. Stevens
"Christian Science is always the...
Sonya Michell Miller
It is with a deep sense of gratitude...
Gordon R. Barrows
Deep gratitude for Christian Science...
Eileen Annette Carter
The Hour of Prayer
Kate E. Andreae
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Robert M. Hutchins, H. G. Doel, Summer Welles