Christmas Every Day

[Written Especially for Young People]

"This interesting day, crowned with the history of Truth's idea,—its earthly advent and nativity,—is especially dear to the heart of Christian Scientists; to whom Christ's appearing in a fuller sense is so precious, and fraught with divine benedictions for mankind." These are the words our beloved Leader, Mrs. Eddy, has used in "Miscellaneous Writings" (p. 320) to introduce the subject of "Christmas." She here speaks of the day as "crowned with the history of Truth's idea," which turns our thought immediately to the birth of the spiritual idea in human consciousness.

As Christian Scientists we know that we do not have to wait for a certain time of the year in order to perceive the presence of the Christ, for its ever-presence becomes more and more apparent to us as we contemplate the spiritual meaning of Christ, Truth, as revealed in Christian Science.

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