"MINUTE MEN AND WOMEN"

[Of Special Interest to Young People]

In Biblical times sandals were never worn in the house, but were put on when one was ready to take a journey or to do some particular work such as the shepherds did when they tended their flocks in the field. At home the shepherd always kept his sandals and staff ready for use on a moment's notice. These shepherds were truly the minutemen of that day.

In "Miscellaneous Writings" Mary Baker Eddy says (p. 158): "All God's servants are minute men and women. As of old, I stand with sandals on and staff in hand, waiting for the watchword and the revelation of what, how, whither. Let us be faithful and obedient, and God will do the rest." Our Leader was always prepared, ever guarding her revelation of Truth and protecting its future.

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