9rance or envy, that Christian Science is founded by its discoverer, and built upon the rock of Christ. The ele- ments of earth beat in vain against the immortal parapets
12of this Science. Erect and eternal, it will go on with the ages, go down the dim posterns of time unharmed, and on every battle-field rise higher in the estimation of
15thinkers and in the hearts of Christians.
CHAPTER XI — POEMS
COME, in the minstrel's lay;
3When two hearts meet, And true hearts greet, And all is morn and May.
6Come Thou! and now, anew, To thought and deed Give sober speed,
9Thy will to know, and do.
Stay! till the storms are o'er — The cold blasts done,
12The reign of heaven begun, And Love, the evermore.
Be patient, waiting heart:
15Light, Love divine Is here, and thine; You therefore cannot part.
18"The seasons come and go: Love, like the sea, Rolls on with thee, —
21But knows no ebb and flow.
1"Faith, hope, and tears, triune, Above the sod
3Find peace in God, And one eternal noon."
Oh, Thou hast heard my prayer;
6And I am blest! This is Thy high behest: Thou, here and everywhere.