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cross is the lodestar;
all must accept its guiding light,
for men must tread the Master's way
with unselfed love and healing touch.
The bitter cup, the length of night,
foreshadow still the certain day,
although the mounting path be rough.
The cross is the lodestar,
the rugged, yet the way of glory;
men may not find some other door
by which to enter and be blessed.
The truth repeats the olden story
that Christ reigns now, and evermore,
and nought is real save righteousness.
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Not There, but Risen!
HERBERT H. NORSWORTHY
HAZEL HARPER BRANDNER
The Pool with the Five Porches
ORLEANOR M. HUMPHREY
MABELLE B. ARMSTRONG
Man's Supply Is in Spiritual Ideas
DOROTHY DOLE SEYMOUR
"Hear what the Spirit saith"
MIRIAM D. GARBRICK
Christian Science and Education
ROBERT HAROLD EAGLE
"Open thou mine eyes"
ETHEL MUNRO GOSS
From Cross to Crown
John Randall Dunn
The Unsubstantiality of Obstacles
Paul Stark Seeley
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
Percival Vincett Parsons
ANNE BROOKS SHUMATE
"And God said, Let there be...
Helen M. Sutton
Each day my love and gratitude...
LaVerne F. Smith
How seemingly awry everything...
Gordon Stuart Hodge
In the year 1925, while I was...
Kate Elizabeth Annie Foster
"Come unto me, all ye that...
In Science and Health Mrs. Eddy...
Elsie M. Osmond
In the year 1886, I became interested...
Cicero Hoskins with contributions from Emma J. Hoskins
I am deeply thankful for Christian Science
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Kenneth A. Carlson, John J. Berry, A Correspondent, C. R. McBride