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not grieve because the way is strait,
Because it narrows to the heavenly gate,
For Love illumines it with light so great,
I cannot fear if storms of earth seem wild,
Nor by their angry threats am I beguiled.
Love whispers, "All is well," and God has smiled
On me, His child.
I shall not shrink from taking up my cross;
Uplifted by the loving Christ, I toss
Aside earth's treasures, yielding up their dross,
And know no loss.
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Spiritual versus Material Power
FLOYD C. SHANK
The Pure in Heart
EMILY M. STEPHENS
Demonstration Is Subjective
FRANCES WARD SMITH
Right Thoughts Are Power
WALTER J. CONOVER
JAMES DONALDSON ENSIGN
Church Work: An Opportunity for Growth
MILDRED ELIZABETH BENNETT
Man's Life Is Changeless and Continuous
VIRGINIA CRANDELL ROFF
"How to gather, how to sow"
MILDRED TABER CLARK
JESSIE B. MOTTEN
The Joy of Uttering Truth
John Randall Dunn
"What manner of love"
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I feel that I owe Christian Science...
Robert V. Fitch with contributions from Carolyn F. Fitch
Mary Baker Eddy writes in...
Marylyn V. Seaward
Previous to becoming acquainted...
Julia Creighton Ritterbusch
An experience which has been...
Mary F. Parker
The definition of "fear" given...
Earl Hesse with contributions from Helen Virginia Hesse
EDITH COONLEY HOWES
Signs of the Times
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