The Morning of Truth

A Small child in a Christian Science Sunday School said one day that she remembered Mrs. Eddy's words (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Pref., p. vii), "To-day is big with blessings," and repeated them every morning. The shining joy of the child as she said this reminded the teacher of the contrast between her present happy knowledge of the truth, with the blessings that Christian Science had brought into her life, and the days of her own childhood, in which she was governed by the belief that every day was full of danger, and she was constantly under observation for some disease. She has often been able to turn away some wrong thought with the memory of the beautiful words quoted by the child from Mrs. Eddy's statement, "To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings."

She remembers, too, the great joy which came into her life with the realization of the truth of Mrs. Eddy's words (ibid., p. 361), "As a drop of water is one with the ocean, a ray of light one with the sun, even so God and man, Father and son, are one in being." A great illumination seemed to burst upon her and light up the path of her daily life. Particularly did these words sound in her thought in time of trouble, when error seemed to be trying to make itself real in her consciousness. One glance at the sun would bring back the thought of individual man's similitude to a ray of light. What darkness can touch a ray of light, which is always expressing its source? In the words of one of our hymns,

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