A Significant Prophecy

[The following editorial was published originally in The Christian Science Journal for December, 1898, in a period when Mrs. Eddy was in frequent correspondence with the Editor of the Journal. It is republished here because of its interest in relation to world affairs today.]

The love of the Rev. Mary Baker Eddy for our flag, and her perception of its symbolic significance, have been heretofore referred to. Her letter in reply to Mr. Ormond Higman's letter, published in the November Journal, in which she acknowledges the gift of a beautiful flag of the Dominion of Canada, indicates that her love for the national emblems is not confined exclusively to the flag of our own country. Strong as is her devotion to her native country and its institutions, her love reaches out beyond its borders to other countries. And why not? Her works are reaching around the world. "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," is going out as a missionary into almost every part of the habitable globe, and naturally her love is commensurate therewith.

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