GOD'S PERFECT DAY

A Student of Christian Science at one time was greatly disturbed at the close of each day. She dreaded the nights because she was restless and sleepless. The moment she rested her head on her pillow she was attacked by harrowing thoughts of the past and engulfed by an overwhelming sense of frustration. She found herself wishing that the days might be interminable, uninterrupted by nights.

During an uncomfortable night, when she endeavored to realize God's presence as divine Love encompassing and permeating her being, she was conscious of a peace which she had not known for a long time. After a while she was suddenly aware that Mary Baker Eddy's definition of day was quietly filling her consciousness. Gratefully she realized the closeness of God and the nearness of His angels, which had come to her "to comfort, guard and guide" (Christian Science Hymnal, No. 9).

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