Angels Will Do Our Errands

Present-day living demands much of one. Often the feeling of not having enough time to accomplish what one really wants to do results in a frustrated, unhappy state of thinking. Little things— dashing to the store, to the school, to the bank, to a neighbor's; errands for one's husband, the children, or a friend—all become a source of annoyance rather than a joy. At the end of the day, with a feeling of weariness, one wonders what has been accomplished.

Mrs. Eddy knew well the answer to this problem. Out of the full experience of a divinely ordered, selfless life she points up the necessity of keeping one's thoughts ever aligned with the Christ, Truth, in order to bring out harmonious results in one's daily living. Referring to this, she writes, "Then will angels administer grace, do thy errands, and be thy dearest allies." The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. 129;

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