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When in sorrow - - - - call John 14
When men fail you - - - - call Psalm 27
If you want to be fruitful, - - - - call John 15
When you have sinned - - - - call Psalm 51
When you worry - - - - call Matthew 5:19-34.
When you are in danger - - - - call Psalm 91.
When God seems far away - - - - call Psalm 139.
When your faith needs stirring - - - - call Hebrews 11.
When you are lonely and fearful - - - - call Psalm 23.
When you grow bitter and critical - - - - call 1 Cor. 13.
For Paul’s secret to happiness - - - - call Col. 3:12-17.
For idea of Christianity - - - - call 1 Cor. 5:15-19.
When you feel down and out - - - - call Romans 8:31-39.
When you want peace and rest - - - - call Matt. 11:25-30.
When the world seems bigger than God - - - - call Psalm 90.
When you want Christian assurance - - - - call Romans 8:1-30.
When you leave home for labor or travel - - - - call Psalm 121.
When your prayers grow narrow or selfish - - - - call Psalm 67.
For a great invention/opportunity - - - - call Isaiah 55.
When you want courage for a task - - - - call Joshua 1.
How to get along with fellowmen - - - - call Romans 12.
When you think of investments/returns - - - - call Mark 10.
If you are depressed - - - - call Psalm 27.
If your pocketbook is empty - - - - call Psalm 37.
If your loosing confidence in people - - - - call 1 Cor. 13.
If people seem unkind - - - - call John 15.
If discouraged about your work - - - - call Psalm 126.
If you find the world growing small, and yourself great - call Psalm 19.

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PHILLIS WHEATLEY, THE PHILOSOPHER  POET
The statue is part of the Boston Women’s Memorial on Commonwealth Avenue, a series of three statues of Bostonian women by Meredith Bergmann: Wheatley, Abigail Adams, and Lucy Stone.

Phillis Wheatley (ca. 1753-1784), an eighteenth-century African-American woman who was a slave and a poet, was the first black American to be published. She is also credited with originating the genres of African-American poetry and African-American women’s literature.

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