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We've all been warned of the callous word.Most of us avoid it, watching never to utterthat which might crush, defeat, destroy.
But what of the words intended to help and heal?Are not these the ones that flow so readilywe oftentimes overwhelm?Those we would help and guidemay easily be turned asidewhen we're too eager—when our prideresists the humble contemplation,the prayer that makes our exhortationdirect, precise, and blessed.
MARCEIL RUTH DeLACY
Where does your hope rest?
What are we praying for?
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
MARTHA S. SAVAGE
BERYL O. NATHANS
We already have all
RICHARD H. STRAIN
The other nine
NATHAN A. TALBOT
Dominion over discouragement
CAROLYN B. SWAN
GREGORY PAUL WALSH
Christine Carol Weiner
I started going to a Christian Science Sunday School...
FAITH M. GINGOLD with contributions from ARTHUR B. GINGOLD
It has been over fifty years now since I became acquainted with...
HANS WILHELM RABE with contributions from IRMGARD RABE
"Thou hast delivered my soul from death: wilt not thou deliver...
MARJORIE L. ANKENY