Rejoice, Ye Heavens, and Ye Inhabiters of the Earth

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Constance was suffering acutely from a difficulty persistent from childhood. Christian Science had relieved her of other difficulties, but not from this stifling catarrh. So on a long drive home she humbly prayed, "O God, show me what I need to know." A great calm came with the answer. "Rejoice evermore"!

Constance noted first the headlights. "Why. I never thought of the man who invented headlights," she thought, "so helpful to night travelers; and I thank you, Mr. Inventor, for your open-mindedness to such an illuminating idea! The idea came from intelligence, and you were alert enough to receive it! And I thank all the men who had a part in shaping and fitting these lights so snugly in place. Thank you, every one!"

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July 17, 1943
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