The Lesson of the Lighthouse

[Of Special Interest to Juniors]

A lighthouse is built on the coast to warn ships of reefs and sandbars. Its light flashes out across the water through the dark night, and during a fog its loud horn blares forth.

Andrew lived near the ocean and could see a lighthouse from his windows. He liked to watch the light sweep back and forth, and on foggy nights the sound of the horn lulled him to sleep. He had known of Christian Science since he was a small child. He often thought of the truth, as explained in the textbook, Science and Health by Mrs. Eddy, as a light that guides and protects.

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