"SHEPHERD, SHOW ME HOW TO GO"

Of all the prayers that well up in the human heart, the prayer for divine guidance is perhaps the most frequent. Mortal mind, the one evil, is constantly either insisting that we must choose between two courses it outlines or setting up a wall of obstruction and blankness. To the earnest student of Christian Science the words of a familiar and much-loved poem by Mary Baker Eddy (Poems, p. 14),

"Shepherd, show me how to goO'er the hillside steep,How to gather, how to sow,—How to feed Thy sheep,"

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