"None shall pluck you from out my hand"

"The son of God is never at the mercy ofmatter or mortality"

Fear of being separated from good is perhaps one of the major anxieties of the human senses. With her mothering tenderness and assurance, our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy, said to one of her students as she left the class of 1885 on the final day: "Thou art mine, saith the Lord, and none shall pluck you from out my hand" (We Knew Mary Baker Eddy, Second Series p. 17).

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