"BROOD O'ER US WITH THY SHELT'RING WING"

"Brood o'er us with Thy shelt'ring wing,'Neath which our spirits blendLike brother birds, that soar and sing,And on the same branch bend.The arrow that doth wound the doveDarts not from those who watch andlove."

These words from Mary Baker Eddy's poem "Love" (Poems, p. 6) have comforted many who have seemed lost and bewildered amidst the confusion of mortal existence. As the deeper meaning of these words is pondered, one gains a wonderful sense of ministering Love, guiding each one to Truth. Because man is God's idea, dwelling in Mind, he can never be separated from his Father-Mother God. Christian Science proves this fact.

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