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"WHAT AM I?"
In two lines Matthew Arnold gives this terse formula for overcoming trouble:
Resolve to be thyself: and know, that he
Who finds himself, loses his misery.
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"WHAT AM I?"
TRUTH REVEALED AND PRACTICED
SATISFIED WITH GOD'S GOODNESS
MYRTLE B. MC COSKER
MY FATHER'S WILL
THE ART OF USHERING
PATRICK J. HAMBROOK
"THE WAKEFUL SHEPHERD"
ETHEL DANIELS HUBBARD
THE RIGHT WAY TO UNTANGLE SNARLS
GLADYS ELLA GIBBS
TEACHER AND CHILD
Hazel Harper Brandner
REST IN ACTION
Richard J. Davis
Helen Wood Bauman
I am humbly grateful for a wonderful...
Marcia M. Baker
Christian Science came to me at...
Christian Science was presented...
Proverbs (20:12) we read,...
Ida Wood Sample
Christian Science has answered...
Mildred Fraser Goodcell
Christian Science came to me...
Eunice L. Sweat
If I had had only one healing...
My gratitude for Christian Science...
I am very grateful for many...
Percival Edwin Prees-Thomas
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. C. Penney, "Seeker", Leonard Hickin, Sholem Asch, Roberta Applegate, John H. Ansberg