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"Grace for to-day"
To have sufficient grace in our hearts for every occasion should be our constant prayer. "Give us this day our daily bread" is spiritually interpreted by Mary Baker Eddy to mean, "Give us grace for to-day; feed the famished affections" (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 17). But are we allowing "the famished affections" to be fed with the spiritual bread from heaven, which enables us to express toward all mankind the graciousness of Spirit?
Grace is from God, and to have it we must know Him. Grace is love in active expression. Grace maintains an attitude of mercy and kindness toward our brother, an attitude of good will and patience in business and human relationships, an unruffled attitude of peace and gentleness in the midst of all the storms and turmoil of material sense.
Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Myrtle Holm Smith, Adair Hickman, Roy Garrett Watson, Gordon V. Comer, Amea H. Harris, William D. Kilpatrick, Thomas E. Hurley, John H. Hoagland, Trustees under the Will of Mary Baker Eddy
The Mother Church, Its Significance and Purpose
HENDRIK J. DE LANGE
"Grace for to-day"
ANNE R. ADAMS
"The expression of God's being"
VERA S. BRYDEN
Has the Day of Miracles Passed?
John Randall Dunn
"The sanctuary of God"
The inspired Word of the...
Irene Ireland Holland
With joy and gratitude I give...
For twelve years I have enjoyed...
Emma V. Miller
In December of 1942, the members...
Charles R. Kipp with contributions from Isabel Kipp
All I have I owe to Christian Science
Sarah C. Holt
The Scriptures inform us that...
Laurence R. Wood
A. MARTHA DAVIS
Signs of the Times
with contributions from George Paull T. Sargent, Allen B. Cook, Ivol I. Curtis, Stanley B. Hyde