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Thy likeness, Lord, is my identity,
According to Thy Word, and we are one—
The endless unity of Being and its child;
Inseparable—distinct, but one.
The centuries lie in long-forgotten dust,
And aeons yet unknown will come and go,
And, passing, swallow up the crumbling mortal scene.
Although for transient time I seem to share
This earthly voyage,
This fleet impermanence of human years,
With others straining also toward the light,
Yet is the infinite expanse of Thy creation
Still my dwelling place—and theirs.
Never have we dwelt in time or space.
Never has the image of Thyself
Been cast adrift from omnipresent Love.
We do not wait upon some season of Thy care,
Some future recognition of our need.
Infinity knows nothing of a need,
But only of completeness mirrored forth
Upon its own.
Ah, Lord, this oneness is forever!
Jean Elsie Sanders
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How New Are You?
ARLINE WALKER EVANS
Computers and Concordances
EDGAR F. WRIGHT
APPOINTED TO SING
The Asking That Receives
The True Sense of Things That Heals
ELIZABETH S. MURRAY
Jean Elsie Sanders
College and Parents
EDWARD NEWMAN SAGE
It All Belongs to God
Alan A. Aylwin
The Necessity of Merit
William Milford Correll
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
I wish to express my gratitude for several healings that came to...
It has been many years since my first healing in Christian Science
Marie W. Ellsworth
To have attended a Christian Science Sunday School, to have...
Lucille S. Collins with contributions from Jeanne Kowalézuk
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 337 - Helping Students Meet Challenges at School
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Harvey Wood
Signs of the Times
Harold Blake Walker