"Grace for to-day"

"Grace ... is the spontaneous manifestation ofof a deep, pure, spiritual love"

When the disciples asked Christ Jesus to teach them to pray, he gave them a short prayer, which has since been called the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Eddy closes the first chapter of Science and Health (pp. 16, 17) with a deeply spiritual interpretation of this prayer. Interpreting the words (Matt. 6:11), "Give us this day our daily bread," she tenderly shows us one of the great needs of mankind when she writes, "Give us grace for to-day; feed the famished affections."

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