In the beginning, there was Light! All dark thoughts must take their flight. Soul, unhindered, shines its rays, piercing through our darkest days; then appears with certain dawn the brightness of the risen Son— rise then, as children of Light! Through dismal day and hopeless night, Christ ever shines this holy light dawning in our thought again, conquering sin’s deceitful reign.
what is it that i would insist upon— anchor in the weight of thought? would i lend my witness to a confirmation of darkness? no insistence spills light everywhere i will not be hostage to divisions whispered speculations titillations of latest confrontations the crystal clear sings its piercing protest— silent amidst cacophonies of competing cries still small voice* out-noising the noise lucid truth unsullied song you know the sound God sings you in the midst —Joni Overton-Jung *see I Kings 19:12.
All of us who’ve been away For years, a month, even a day, Look forward to the way Our loved ones hug and say, “Welcome home. ” We all can turn from self’s way.
The following words are from a hymn in the 1932 Christian Science Hymnal. Pilgrim on earth, home and heaven are within thee, Heir of the ages and child of the day.
The counterfeit of good is wrong, not right; it must and will be gone, just as dark dissolves at dawn or gloom gives way to joyous song; no matter wrong’s supposed assail, it is ever doomed to fail, since good’s light can never pale: Principle’s truth and love prevail. —Suzanne Goewert.
Spirit, God, gathers unformed thoughts into their proper channels, and unfolds these thoughts, even as He opens the petals of a holy purpose in order that the purpose may appear. —Mary Baker Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p.
The storm roared LOUD. The rock felt SO small.
No need to feel forever trapped by years of wasted time and effort brought to naught. Shut out bleak images of barren days gone by and what they’ve left undone.
When error speaks, nothing’s really said— just a mindless voice playing in your head. So hold tight to what you know is really true: the intact, perfect man that God created—you! Then every fear-filled thought will surely cease to be, and you will know that nothing can invade your harmony.
You direct my day: where I walk, what I say. You govern my every move, so Your fullness I may prove.