"I see Christ walk"

It is related of our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, that when she was living in Lynn, engaged in writing the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," she would sometimes go down to the ocean to a certain little point where great red rocks are piled up on the shore. Here she could gaze across the sea to the far horizon, and watch the waves rolling in quietly or sometimes dashing against the rocks in white surf. In her poem, "Christ My Refuge," which is so well loved by Christian Scientists, and which has brought comfort and healing to many thousands, are these beautiful lines (Poems, p. 12):

"And o'er earth's troubled, angry seaI see Christ walk,And come to me, and tenderly,Divinely talk."

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