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Excerpt from letter to Helen Andrews Nixon, March 4, 1892

… You have great cause for rejoicing, while you look not at things through the material senses but the spiritual, for the things that are seen are temporal but those not seen eternal. Never did Christmas before find you so near the Christ, and if the Christmas dawn be clouded, fear not, for “He maketh His clouds a chariot.” Out of the darkness He giveth us everlasting light. The cross is the central emblem of the passage from sense to Soul. The realization that there is no night there; and that “all things work together for good to them that love God.” And, darling, you know that you love Him as you could not love me, and I know that I love him because I am willing to bear the cross up to the glorious awaking in His likeness … Mary Baker Eddy

(Oakes, Richard, ed, Mary Baker Eddy’s Six Days of Revelation, p.391)

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