Frisco's Story

"Doug, Doug, help!" came from the outside. I rushed out the door into the yard to see why my younger brother was yelling. There was Frisco, our family dog, tossing and turning on the grass with a wild-eyed look.

My parents were not at home, and I was taking care of the dog and my brother. "What can I do? Where can I turn?" I thought. Then I thought of praying. I knew that God is ever present and that He is always there to turn to.

I rushed inside to where I keep my Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy. I got the book and went back to Frisco. I slowly began reading to Frisco the Lord's Prayer by Christ Jesus, with Mrs. Eddy's interpretation. See Science and Health, pp. 16-17; It starts:

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To Command the Situation
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