The Message of Psychic Science to the World

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C. W. Daniel, 1908 - Mental suggestion - 266 pages
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Page 245 - There is a stay — and we are strong ; Our Master is at hand, To cheer our solitary song, And guide us to the strand, In His own time : but yet awhile Our bark at sea must ride ; Cast after cast, by force or guile All waters must be tried...
Page 1 - And unto man he said, Behold, the fear of the Lord, that is wisdom; and to depart from evil is understanding.
Page viii - An inseparable band. Whether they were known to fame, Whether Silence wrapt their name, Whether dwellers in the strife, Or the still and cloistered life, If with pure and humble thought For the Good alone they wrought, When the earthly life is done In the heavenly they are one.
Page 214 - ... are brought into such a state of activity as ever after to enable their possessors to derive delight from their exercise, where the talents are possessed in any considerable degree ! And what might we not expect from the systematic training of the higher sentiments on a similar plan, in improving society...
Page vi - Mid the mighty concourse round, That ye thus together stand. An inseparable band ? Mortal I well hast thou divined What the chains that strongest bind ; For the free unfettered soul Bows to no enforced control ; Sympathy of feelings shared, Deeds achieved, and perils dared, These to spirits are — beyond Time and place — the noblest bond. All who felt the sacred flame Rising at oppression's name. All who toiled for equal laws, All who loved the righteous cause. All whose world-embracing span Bound...
Page vii - An indissoluble host. All who with a pure intent Were on Nature's knowledge bent, Watched the comet's wheeling flight, Traced the subtle web of light, And the wide dominion saw Of the Universal law ; In this land of souls agree With a deep-felt sympathy. All that to the love of truth Gave the fervour of...
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Page 131 - ... with the strong things of life. But it takes us all our days to learn that there is far more condemnation to them who offend the weak things of life, and particularly the weakest of all, its love. It was on sins against the weak that Christ passed His sternest judgments : Woe unto him that offends one of these little ones ; it were better for him that he had never been born. God's little ones are not only little children, but all things which, like little children, have only love for their strength....
Page 267 - MISTLETOE AND OLIVE. An introduction for children to the life of revelation. Art Canvas, 2/6 net ; Paper Covers, I/- net. A WOODWORKER AND A TENTMAKER. This is not a "Life of Christ...
Page 267 - MISS EDUCATION AND HER GARDEN. A panoramic view of the great Educational Blunders of the nineteenth century.

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