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gave to blind and deaf their sight and hearing:
At midnight hour it set the prisoners free:
Restored the cripple at the pool Bethesda;
Forgave the dying thief upon the tree.
Love scatters oases in desert places:
Weaves purest joy from sorrow's tangled thread:
Casts shining rays across earth's darkest shadows;
And feeds the multitude with living bread.
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KEITH S. DOWNING
CORA A. WADE
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BERNICE E. NICKERSON
Who Are the Chosen People?
JOHN M. CLEMENT
The Infinite's Bestowals
EMILY ADA ASHCROFT
Christ Eternally Risen and at Hand
ALBERT CLINTON MOON
Dwelling in Love's Atmosphere
JULIUS H. GORHAM
Spring's Resurrecting Challenge
The Angel at Golgotha
PEARL STRACHAN HURD
Life's Eternal Abundance
Paul Stark Seeley
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Charles W. Henstenburg with contributions from Helen W. Henstenburg
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Berenice W. Pulliam
The desert shall rejoice, and...
Gladys M. Briner
For many years our family has...
Edith Rashleigh with contributions from Rosamond Christabel Langham, Arthur Rashleigh
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Oscar A. Reeh
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Jean Munro McGee
The Spirit of Easter
RUTH C. EISEMAN
Signs of the Times
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