2019 Association

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019
Theme:  Mis 127:7                                                         
     One thing I have greatly desired, and again earnestly
request, namely, that Christian Scientists, here and
9elsewhere, pray daily for themselves; not verbally, nor
on bended knee, but mentally, meekly, and importu‐
nately. When a hungry heart petitions the divine Father-
12 Mother God for bread, it is not given a stone, — but
more grace, obedience, and love. If this heart, humble
and trustful, faithfully asks divine Love to feed it with the
15 bread of heaven, health, holiness, it will be conformed to
a fitness to receive the answer to its desire; then will flow
into it the “river of His pleasure,” the tributary of divine
18 Love, and great growth in Christian Science will follow, —
even that joy which finds one’s own in another’s good.

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