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the bounds of brotherhood
There is no private sense of good.
My triumph you may freely share;
Your victory banners I will bear;
For both of us in glad accord
Reflect our being straight from God.
I cannot see you less than His,
And my true self Love's likeness is,
We are His rays; He is the sun;
And two rays give more light than one;
Yet all the light and warmth therein
Must trace back to their origin.
So we as grateful children prove
The brightness of the Father's love
By pure and generous delight
In every brother's path of light;
Till all at last in safety come
To happiness of harvest home.
Rosemary C. Cobham
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KATHERINE S. WHITNEY
"THE WINGS OF THE MORNING"
Vivienne A. Hulse
ETERNAL LIFE IS OURS NOW
ROBERT HAROLD EAGLE
THE GRACE OF RECEPTIVITY
MARY E. COOK
ABSOLUTE FAITH HEALS
Rosemary C. Cobham
VIOLETTE M. LEE
UNDERSTANDING BRINGS FULFILLMENT
MARGARET L. MC CONNELL
THE YOUNG CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST
DAVID R. SPAIN
OUR CHILDREN AND HUMAN PROGRESS
"THE STATURE OF MAN IN CHRIST"
Helen Wood Bauman
RADIO PROGRAM No. 265 - A Life Made Over
with contributions from Hubert L. Bills
Teaching the Older Classes
By Norman Cassel
I wish to submit another testimony...
Anna N. Griffee
Many years ago I had a condition...
Reginald Stovel with contributions from Lorine Stovel
I have been helped so many times...
Clara Ball Hegardt
The following testimony is offered...
Catherine C. Asam
I wish to relate one of my early...
Having spent eighteen years as a...
"The Lord is my light and my...
I should like to express my gratitude...
Grace Barrons Richardson
I took up the study of Christian Science...
Bessie Jane Larsen
Signs of the Times
with contributions from D. F. Beisswenger, Robert L. Stevens, Earl L. Douglass, C. P. Dame