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"BLESSED ARE THE PEAGEMAKERS."

"The sons of God " they shall be called, For most of all like God are they, And He like them. A world appalled By bellijh wars may therefore £ay : " Love shall triumph orey hate, Rightness over wrath and wrong j Though the evil wace-th great, Earth shaß blossom into song." "Noblesse oblige." The Master said The 6ons shall as their Father be, Replete in patient love, aud led By inward likanew, great and free: " God is power omnipotent, God is goodness and must win--All His power and love aro bl«nt To subdue all hata and sin." W. 0.0.

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"BLESSED ARE THE PEAGEMAKERS.", Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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"BLESSED ARE THE PEAGEMAKERS." Issue 15683, 23 December 1914

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