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How true the Father's love must be
To bless with true humility,
Which mantles men with light and might
To help them reach the hallowed height.
How beautiful His love must be
To give enduring harmony—
The Christ within, the pure desires,
The happy hymns of heaven's choirs.
How pure the Father's love must be
To fashion joy, so full, so free,
That all may praise, rejoice, give thanks,
For God's great love eternally.
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HILGARD B. YOUNG
The Morning Meal
GLADYS ELLA GIBBS
ALAN W. THWAITES
Duties of Readers
DOROTHY HUNT SMITH
Grace Is Sufficient
Never Too Late
JEANNE ROE PRICE
MARY MARGARET SHIPHERD
How Much Do I Love?
EDDIE H. MARX
The Comfort of Christ
HARRIET JESSIE RYERSON
The True Traffic Law
ELIZABETH B. VAILL
"O death, where is thy sting?"
John Randall Dunn
How Do You Feel?
Paul Stark Seeley
During the period of nineteen...
John Herman Luebsen
Words cannot express the gratitude...
When Christian Science was presented...
About twenty-five years ago,...
Lilian M. Ogden
I shall never cease to be grateful...
Samuel C. Lewis
"It is our ignorance of God, the...
Margaret D. Ruff
Christian Science came into our...
Clara Laundry with contributions from Flora Laundry
Thoughts for a Sunday School Teacher
ELEANOR G. R. YOUNG
Signs of the Times
with contributions from P. B. Schaffner, Merrill R. Abbey, Herbert Barnes, Edward L. R. Elson, Archer Wallace