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"Love not the world." With this I was agreed.
Revolted by its bluster, cruelty, and greed,
Its spurious peace and hectic speed,
I longed to break the senses' shackles and be freed.
All cries for help I heard as jeers and turned
Away. The dross of mortal mind I spurned.
To recognize God's man I yearned.
To light the world and love my fellowmen I learned.
I prayed and searched within, distressed
Still not to find the kingdom, heavenly, blessed.
"Come unto me, ye weary and oppressed,"
The Christ called me, "and I will give you rest."
I reached, and found salvation in the marketplace,
By witnessing to Love, reflecting healing grace.
Unfooled by mortals' unreal dreams and painful pace,
Right here I see God's image face to face.
Martha H. Scherf
The Battle Plan of Love
WARREN G. LUEDEMANN
Fork in the Road
GLORIA McELROY READ
Truth Eradicates Error
VIRGINIA L. SCOTT
What About Education?
WILLIAM F. MARQUARDT III
Martha H. Scherf
"Receive thy sight"
ARTHUR F. CURRAN
"Take time to be holy"
MARGUERITE CRISP SAYE
KINDNESS AT THE CROSS
"He restoreth my soul"
William Milford Correll
"Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?"
Alan A. Aylwin
Having recently enjoyed my one hundred and fourth birthday, I...
Fanny Clamp with contributions from Edith M. Chudley
I wish to express my gratitude for Christian Science in connection...
Albert B. Rypinski
For very wise parents who placed me in the Christian Science...
Frances M. Gibson with contributions from Richard M. Gibson
Four summers ago I was involved in an incident which clearly...
Richard Kent Gould
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Carolyn A. Tucher
With gratitude I report the perfect setting...
Mary Thiel White with contributions from Colin S. White
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 340 - Freeing Marriage from Resentment
with contributions from Michael Thorneloe, Robert McKinnon
Signs of the Times
Irving C. Lambert