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Once, winds of evil's vague geometriesBlew past, blew in, to weave a shrieking netOf legion errors. Once, I seemed to letFalse fears whirlwind my thought: claim sin, disease,Were part of me; then vainly tried to traceWind-error's vagrant path, seek for its source.But then I learned no other cause or forceWas present or had power but God. His grace,His Christ, Truth, stilled the errant, trackless lies;Brought calm, and peace—revealed the mental gistThat Mind controls. Love holds winds in its fistAnd silences our fears, our doubts, our whys.
As did Elijah, let us make this choice:To listen—and obey the still, small voice.
Peace begins with me
HELEN G. HASLER
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FLORENCE E. BERG
Spiritual growth, not magic
NORMAN DWIGHT CARY
The basis for a better world destiny
A great beginning
We can rise to the occasion
JULIA BEA RISSLER
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JOHN H. WILLIAMS
The work is ours, the power is God's
WILLIAM E. MOODY
Accomplishment and the spirit of cooperation
God loves you
Esther R. Vaughan
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