His Angels Have Charge

[Of Special Interest to Children]

Bobby had always been keenly interested in hearing about angels. He had also seen beautiful pictures showing angels as lovely figures floating in the air like birds with large, soft, feathery wings. But all this seemed, mysterious to him until he learned in the Christian Science Sunday School the true meaning of angels.

The teacher read the definition of "angels," given in Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy. It is found on page 581, and this is part of it: "God's thoughts passing to man; spiritual intuitions, pure and perfect." Now Bobby thought this really made sense. He had learned to know God as He is understood in Christian Science. So he felt happy with this lovely idea of angels as the thoughts of God, divine Love, coming directly to him.

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