B O O K
N U M B E R
The Bible Family Magazine
JULY • 1939
Fifteen cents a copy, $1.50 a year in U. S.
I h e H o o k By HELEN FRAZEE-BOWER
The books men write are but a fragrance blown From transient blossoms crushed by human hands; But, high above them,. splendid and alone, Stanch as a tree, there is a Book that stands Unmoved by storms, unchallenged by decay: The winds of criticism would profane Its sacred pages, but the Truth, the Way, ' The Life are m it— and they beat in vain. Oh, t r a v e l e r from this to yonder world, “Pause in the shade of Sod 's magnificent, Eternal Word— that tree whose roots are curled About our human need: When strength is spent, Stretch put beneath some great, far-reaching limb O f promise, and find rest and peace in HIM.
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