"Who did hinder you"?

A schoolmistress and a few children, all eager students of Christian Science, were reading part of the Lesson-Sermon for the week before beginning the day's schooling. The little group were filled with one great desire, that their work might reflect the right thinking and right acting which Christian Science was teaching them.

From the Bible the children read, "Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty." With those words an illumination from Truth flooded the consciousness of the little group, and even seemed to fill the room with light. The good news flashed to and fro from one bright and happy face to another: "Surely the Spirit of the Lord is here, where we are trying to serve God by being loyal and faithful Christian Scientists!" Without further words there came a vivid sense of the joy of the "glorious liberty of the children of God." The reading was finished, and the day's school work began.

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