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From the April 1928 issue of The Christian Science Journal

A mighty, mighty love indeed, the love of Christ,
Which heals and saves mankind ;
A love so great it only sees and knows
God's child, reflecting Mind.
Within this love no hate or envy creeps,
No baneful thought of criticism seeps,
But tenderness sublime,
Strong 'gainst the storms of time—
Christ's love, forever kind ;

A love which never fails, nor change doth know;
A love sincere, divine,
That fills the heart with truth when error strives
To claim thy thought, or mine;
A love that meets the need, and satisfies;
That ever blesses, strengthens, purifies,
And comfortingly speaks
To every heart that seeks.
Such love, dear Christ, is thine!

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