Are you sure?
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You have to pass through angry waters,
They shall not overwhelm you.
My peace shall go with you,
And I will give you rest."
Certain, sure, this promise stands.
So I, like sea-tossed seaman on a raft
Who sights, through waves that mount,
The distant shore,
And knows that if he will but hold steadfast
Once more he shall come safe to land,
Am sure that, holding firm to faith,
Out of the bruising waves of life
Which now against me break unceasingly
I shall arise with joy,
And find a harbor, sheltered and secure.
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Why Feel Sorry for Yourself?
LOUISE WHEATLEY COOK HOVNANIAN
Claim and Demonstration
MAURICE E. MOSHER
Home and Heaven
HUGH S. REID
Glory Through Humility
A Right Sense of Being
CAROLINE B. WINGERT
Companioning with God's Angels
LEWIS CHARLES HUBNER
"Who's afraid of the big bad wolf?"
GWENDOLEN A. MITCHELL
Be Still and Know
Who Needs the Treatment?
John Randall Dunn
Frank and Gwendolyn!
Paul Stark Seeley
CONSTANCE E. ELLISON
After nearly four years of semi-invalidism,...
Emmett J. Hull
I have received so many blessings...
Zella Edith Morris
I should like to express gratitude...
Lillian Elizabeth Hooper
In gratitude for the many, many...
"Let the redeemed of the Lord...
Marguerite Bliss Mack
I have enjoyed the testimonies...
Carrie De Barthe
Since I have been a student of...
Herman Mussfeldt with contributions from Lisbeth W. Mussfeldt
Gratitude for Help
LUCY I. STURK
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Roy L. Smith, Charles A. Wells, Dana McLean Greeley, Alfred Grant Walton, Allan Knight Chalmers