Light from the Lessons

An illustration of how Truth works in our consciousness, if we are faithful in doing our part, came to the writer while studying one of the Lesson-Sermons. One of the references was the passage from page 516 of Science and Health which contains the lines, "Love, redolent with unselfishness, bathes all in beauty and light. The grass beneath our feet silently exclaims, 'The meek shall inherit the earth.'" This reference being a familiar one, there was an inclination to hurry through it, but the desire to be faithful predominated, and the reference was read each day slowly and thoughtfully and with an earnest desire to know the truth.

On Friday morning of the week, the writer awakened with a sense of Love clearly defined, and the revelation was so complete that she was uplifted into a pure, sweet sense of God's allness. Then came the thought as to whence this experience came, no special effort having been made to realize it, but later in the morning, as she sat in a sunlit corner and again studied the Lesson, she understood. The reference, which had been perused daily and considered conscientiously, was now read in the new light of a higher understanding of divine Love.

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