Protected by Love

I desire to relate an instance where Truth came to my rescue in overcoming error. Two children were manifesting a sense of disagreement. I said, "Children, Love is here, and where Love is, error cannot be. If we build a stone wall and throw a rubber ball against it, the ball can make no impression upon the wall, but will immediately bound back again. So it is with us; if we are filled with Love, error can make no more impression upon us than can a rubber ball upon the stone wall." With this declaration of Truth, came such a strong sense of Love, that we felt its presence and power, and the faces of the children beamed with love and joy. They both said, they knew Love was there and they wanted nothing else.

Mary A. Lindsay, Asheville, N. C.

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