PERMANENCE

In Truth no hint of time's decayCan mar validity and scope;Reality is safe, unscarred.When thought ascends above frail hopeTo certainty of ceaseless lifeAs God's inviolate decree,Men see beyond the loss or blight—Beyond all shifting transiency.

The Master knew the Father's willAs pure, imperishable goodUntouched by sorrow's measurement,As peace—unblemished brotherhood.With sure, undeviating strength,Transcending laws of mortal span,He heeded God's supreme behestAnd proved the permanence of man.

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