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was only a broken feathered thing,
The frail bird under the tree—
But the Word was spoken
And wings took flight,
Soaring upward, strong and free.
It was only an hour or two, they said,
Till the sick child would be gone—
But the Word was spoken,
Dispelling fear, and the child
Rose laughing, with the dawn.
For none is least, and none unloved;
He gathers in every one—
The Father of all, whose tender Word
And it was done.
MARIAN PITCHER CLARK
THE OTHER KITTEN
HARRY E. DE LASAUX
Marjorie D. Manley
LOIS ROGERS MURRELL
SCALING "THE PINNACLE OF PRAISE"
MILDRED MC AFEE DIRLAM
SHARING OUR UNDERSTANDING
HAROLD F. BENNETT
"LOVE MORE FOR EVERY HATE"
VIOLETTE M. LEE
John L. Shepherd
THE TRUTH OF TRANSPORTATION
Helen Wood Bauman
"TRY THE SPIRITS"
In the Bible we read (Hebr. 4: 12),...
Melville A. Ninnis
As a child I often asked my...
Mayme E. Jackson
When I was a young child, Christian Science...
Dorothy Mary Plested
I wish to tell of a healing that...
Mercedes M. Schwalm
After many years of blessings...
Cornelia E. Schaller with contributions from Frank A. Schaller
For quite some time I have...
Cleda F. Carriger
In "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
My introduction to Christian Science...
Annette Pitt with contributions from Edda Cook Pitt
In my first testimony, which appeared...
Lavine V. Schowalter with contributions from Otto F. Schowalter
While living in my home my...
L. Florence Throckmorton
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Henry Geerlings, Perry E. Gresham