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"How many loaves have ye?" the Master asked.
moved that the thousands, healed, stood yet around
as hungry sheep without a shepherd there.
Just five loaves and two fishes could be found.
Some laughed, perhaps; some sighed. But Jesus smiled.
In humble confidence he cast aside
their doubts. He knew Love meets all human need—
that food for them was then and there supplied.
So he commanded that the multitude
sit calmly down, give thanks, break bread and meat.
All ate! And more was left than they had had
before the multitude began to eat.
How many loaves hast thou, dear child of God?
Count not in matter! Look to Love divine—
to Principle—to Mind—and understand
that all things that thy Father has are thine!
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The Real Body or Temple
JOSEPH GEORGE SHANNON
KATHRYN LANEY VEAZEY
Would You Put On the Vesture of Life?
ALICE JOSEPHINE WYATT
"Hearken, O daughter"
MARTHA M. YORK
Daily Victory over Death
KENDALL D. STUART
BERTHA BILDERBECK PARKER
Circulation—Proof of Love's Universal Activity
KIMMIS HARTLEY HENDRICK
Knowing the Truth
JESSIE G. MUELLER
The Mustard Seed and the Mountain
Paul Stark Seeley
"In all thy ways acknowledge...
Mary S. Morgan
About two years ago one of our...
Madeleine W. MacIntyre with contributions from D. Stuart MacIntyre
For many years the testimonies...
Orlando B. Wood
Over two years ago the car in...
Catherine Mignon Roberts with contributions from Annah L. Nichols, Camille Carter
In deepest gratitude to God for...
"My word ... shall not return...
Katherine E. Paysinger
It was during the early days of...
Guy M. Dorton
Love That Heals
EVELYN MAY SCOTT DUCKETT
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Kenneth Reid, John Elof Boodin, Virgil A. Kraft, J. McKee