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, yet hesitant, I took my way
From false theology's eventless strand,
And set my sail towards a promised land
Where, I discerned, there was perpetual day.
Has metaphysics torn the clouds away?
Has practice proved how far I understand
That God leads me at all times by the hand,
Ever guide and friend, my guard, my stay?
Then, howling hurricanes have not oppressed;
Shipwreck occasioned but to know His care;
Between the seas, or buoyant on their crest,
I knew and felt God's presence with me there:
I have no other than the perfect Mind
To lead me on and leave these ills behind.
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The System of Christian Science
ERIC W. CARR
MABEL REED HYZER
A Rule of Deep Import
VINTON A. HOLBROOK
Home Is Heaven
JOAN MARIE SCOTT
We Can Overcome Fear
CORA CATHERINE MASON
THE HON. FRANCES PORTER
J. ARTHUR R. STEVENSON
Am I Ready for Church Membership?
John Randall Dunn
Evelyn F. Heywood
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Robert E. Key
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Elmer F. Montgomery
About ten years ago I took up...
Dorothy E. Ross
Out of a heart grateful for what...
Words are inadequate to express...
Gladys L. Haigis
I am so grateful for Christian Science...
Ten years ago I became interested...
Elizabeth L. MacBean
For the past quarter of a century...
Verl O. Cram
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