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though the great trees blow and bend
Beneath the chilling blasts of earth,
And brittle branches stark and stripped
Reach upward to a starless sky?
The storm must surely pass!
And once again the wind-swept boughs
Will rest in quietness and peace,
With star-gemmed heavens over all.
And blessed stillness reign.
So must we stand through storms of sense,
With roots but stronger for the test.
Rejoicing in the confidence
Of freedom from all harm;
Our hearts serene, exalted, free.
And safe in Love's retreat.
Though storms may shake the very earth,
We still can stand—unmoved!
MABEL S. THOMSON
Ceasing from Idolatry
FRED C. FISHER
Subscribing for the Christian Science Periodicals
R. LOUISE EMERY
OLGA B. MARTIN
The Spiritual Sense of Good
Rigidity and Elasticity
Preparing for the Lecture
HERBERT H. NORSWORTHY
CONSTANCE DAVIS GUNDELFINGER
A Rule of Conduct
EUNICE W. HEDLER
Happiness and Selfishness Never Mix
Paul Stark Seeley
What Is the Power That Heals?
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Harvey Douglas Grant
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Emma D. Godfrey
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Lewis E. Godfrey
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Elizabeth Shaw Mitchell
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William M. Crooks
DOROTHY DAVIS ARMSTRONG
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Hugh Redwood, Helen L. Toner, David E. Seaboldt