"Come and see"

"Come and see," the Master answered
Those who asked his dwelling place;
Then he taught them of the Father's
Ever-present power and grace.

Come and see where Life abideth
As eternal, deathless good,
To be found by earnest seekers
In Christ Science understood.

Come and see where Truth abideth;
Understanding makes men free
From illusive dreams of error,
Phantasma that seem to be.

Come and see where Love abideth,
Where no latent fear can harm;
God's dear child is held forever
Safe in God's protecting arm.

With Life. Truth, and Love abiding.
We shall find the Christ will bless,
Ever guarding, ever guiding,
Glorious in righteousness.

As the blessing of God's presence
Christ reveals to you and me.
We may say to others seeking,
As did Philip, "Come and see."

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The Value and Availability of Joy
May 16, 1942

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