WATCH – The book of Isaiah is called the “Gospel of Promise.”  We should apply it to our daily needs.  Declare daily that no hard, wicked, irreligious or anti-Christian thoughts can touch us from any mortal mind.  There is no mortal mind, no evil. There is no decay nor death to the nerves, no destruction to the fluids, nor death to the secretions.  To-morrow you have no business with.  We steal if we touch to-morrow.  It is God’s.  Every day has enough in it to keep us occupied without concerning ourselves with the things beyond.   Mary Baker Eddy  (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.48)

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