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The pledge, "I'll do the best I can,"
Is common to the speech of man.
This promise lacks sincere intent
If, while not voiced, his thoughts present
A claim of weakness kept in mind.
Then good intent becomes entwined
With reservations that support
A host of doubts and fears, and court
A tendency to compromise
With limitations that arise.
If, when a man shall pledge his best.
He has in mind intent to test
The nature of his true estate
As son of God, to regulate
His effort by the truth, its use
Provides the means with which to loose
Deterrents that beset his thought.
When man accepts what God has wrought,
And uses gifts with which he's blessed,
Achievement truly is his best.
Edward F. Devol
"THE JUDGE AND HIS GOD"
HERSCHEL P. NUNN
WORSHIPING IN SPIRIT
MARTHA J. BUCKNER
LET US GO TO THE BOOKS
CLIFFORD ORLANDO SHANDY
Adelaide Van Landingham
"WE CAN NEVER PART"
VIOLA C. ROWE
OUR REAL PLACE
VELVA PICKETT BROUGH
"THE SWEET SONG OF SILVER-THROATED SINGERS"
KENNY L. BAKER
"EVERLASTING ARMS OF LOVE"
JEAN M. GARBER
Edward F. Devol
Robert Ellis Key
"THE LESSON OF TO-DAY"
Helen Wood Bauman
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with contributions from Colin R. Eddison
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William K. Primrose
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Madeline Angleton with contributions from Geneva M. Shultz
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Signs of the Times
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