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is so little, Lord, the widow's mite,
This faltering word of thanks that I would speak.
So faint it seems, some may not hear
My gratitude above my fear,
In trembling voice, uneloquent and weak.
Yet of the widow did the Master say
That she had given more than all the rest.
And he did not disdain the heart
That ventured to bestow its part
And, in a humble way, its gratitude expressed.
Then let my thanks to God be testified;
If He accept it, then I ask no more.
And hearts that yearn as mine may yearn
For messages of Love will learn
That faithful lives can worship and adore.
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JOHN SIDNEY BRAITHWAITE
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CATHERINE ANNETTE HUBBELL
Are You on the Road to Heaven?
CARL J. WELZ
"Come ... into the ark"
JEANETTE F. SUTTON
WILSON M. RILEY
"The recipe for beauty"
VIOLETTE M. LEE
Beauty Is Unfading Good
ALICE JOSEPHINE WYATT
Not Confusion, but Peace
John Randall Dunn
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Antoinette N. Fischer
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Jane Fraser Manning
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Nugent U. Manning
My first healing in Christian Science...
Gerda Sigrid Lechner
I have been greatly blessed by...
Horace Wade Helms
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Helen K. Fries
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William D. Wilson
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J. Marriott McMaster
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