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After Our Lecture
, once again the feast is past, but long
The strains of heavenly music fill the air.
For one brief hour so potent was the song
Of Truth and Love revealed as everywhere,
Upon the heights he dwells who, yearning, heard
The holy import of that precious word.
Lord, lead our messengers, we humbly pray.
For them no sacrifice too great to make
Of human comfort, that the light of day
May shine upon some heavy heart, or take
Its golden treasure to some lonely shore
Of pain or woe—and bless forevermore.
Being and Doing
INEZ FIELD DAMON
The Joy of Trusting God's Plan
MICHAEL ST. JOHN O'CARROLL
Our Relation to the Wednesday Meeting
GRACE E. GLEASON
Awake to Gratitude!
DUANE T. YOULD
"Let him deny himself"
RAYMOND G. SUMMERS
Flowers on the Doorstep
MARION D. MAC CANN
ERNEST A. PEEL
The Governor of the Nations
Paul Stark Seeley
L. Ivimy Gwalter
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
with contributions from Lyman S. Abbott, Colin R. Eddison
After Our Lecture
Early in my experience in...
Alfred E. Edgar with contributions from Pearl Ann Edgar
It is now many years since the...
Mildred E. Eyes
For many years I read the...
Edith C. Schnabel
Because I have received so...
Mary M. Baker
I am very grateful to God for...
Frances B. Shields with contributions from Meta M. Barber
I wish to express sincere gratitude...
William F. Pellenz
Words can never express my...
Florence A. Curtis
I have received so much inspiration...
FLORENCE E. GLASS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Alexander S. Fleming, Carl W. Reamer, O. A. Geiseman, George Matthew Adams, R. S. Laidlaw