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God forgave the uncompleted task,
the shelved assignment or the work undone,
then might we think that God could sometimes ask
too much of man. But God requires the utmost farthing paid,
His will completely done;
therefore our hearts may answer unafraid:
Because we must, we can.
The Love that makes demand upon our day
does equal strength supply,
and as our thoughts consistently obey,
there is no task, but joy.
Joy and Gratitude Inseparable
The Spiritual Fact Which Heals Debt
LESLIE C. BELL
The "Christlike touch"
Our Human Needs
WILLIAM MACNAGHTEN MACDONALD
Increasing One's Purchasing Power
FLORA A. WATERBURY
The Unreality of Old Age
HELEN M. DRYSDALE
LYMAN S. ABBOTT
VIRGINIA M. CASSEL
I noted with interest a recent number of your monthly,...
Hendrik Fennema, Committee on Publication for the Netherlands,
The report of the Christian Science lecture in a recent...
John Allen Northfield, Committee on Publication for Suffolk, England,
Embedded in the human consciousness is a desire to...
Curtis L. Coats, Committee on Publication for the State of Louisiana,
FLORENCE E. HOUGHTON
That Which Determines
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from Lucile Leeston-Smith, Jeanne M. L. Eyermann, Ama H. Heaton, Pauline Allen, Lilian E. Batting
I should like to share with all mankind the many blessings...
Alice E. L. Holt with contributions from A. J. Holt
I am very thankful for Christian Science; it has been a...
Lilian L. Dixon
I had not been well for many years, and late in 1909 a...
Laura W. Steele
I was told about Christian Science by a woman who had...
Estelle M. Conkle
For the Lesson-Sermons in the Christian Science Quarterly...
Gabrielle E. Klinge
Because I have never known anything but Christian Science,...
Mary Woolfenden Pugh with contributions from Don B. Pugh, Richards Woolfenden, Emma Jane Woolfenben
In doing my housework one day I had to move a heavy...
Ethel D. Horning
I am fourteen years of age, but do not live sufficiently...
Lloyd Russell Bradly
PETER J. HENNIKER HEATON
Signs of the Times
with contributions from James E. Freeman, Henry Geerlings, Charles Stelzle, William E. Gilroy, Randolph Ray