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THE PRAYER OF THE WATCHERS

The effect of this prayer is not reversed.

God, good, reigns; there is no other mind.             

Love reigns; there is no envy, no revenge.

All things are working together for good to those that love good.

We do love good, God, and He gives us all our thoughts, and governs all our acts.

The divine Life preserves our Life and health, and they cannot be taken from Christian Scien­tists, and Christian Scientists cannot be made sinful.

We love God and God loves us and is guiding us every moment.

This prayer cannot be reversed.

This prayer bears fruit after its own kind, it does good, and blesses us and all others.

(Charge them not to change, add to, or diminish this prayer. Something is out of tune. This will be a chord.)  Mary Baker Eddy

(Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.22)

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THE TRANSFIGURATION2

     The account of the Transfiguration is given in all the synoptics (Matthew, Mark and Luke), and what is not a little surprising is, the three authors not only give the same facts, but relate them in almost precisely the same language. It is usually the case that, when called upon to tell of some event or deed in the life of the Lord Jesus, each takes his own way and style in which to give it; but in their account of this event, they seem to have lost all sense and expression of individuality, since they tell it in words which appear to be given unto them. Mary Baker Eddy   (CS Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1, April, 1892)

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Neither mesmerism, hypnotism, theosophy, esoteric magic nor wicked mental or audible arguments can affect me.  God governs me.  Justice, Truth, Love, governs us, and nothing else can or does affect us in the least.  (Thrice each day from one half to one hour)  Mary Baker Eddy    (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.33)

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THE TRANSFIGURATION1

     The Transfiguration belongs to Christianity; its interpretation, however, belongs to Christian-Science alone for nowhere save in Christian-Science can we gain the understanding that will unfold its glories. Theology, as we have heretofore understood that term, has never been able to bring within our grasp the marvelous spirituality which belongs to this subject. Human learning and speculation are utterly inadequate to comprehend it,— in fact, any knowledge belonging to the five personal senses is at a loss when attempting to express it to men. It is holy ground on which, like Moses, we should put our shoes from off our feet.  Mary Baker Eddy   (CS Journal, Vol. 10, No. 1, April, 1892)

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WATCH – I want you to take up the Watch every two hours as long as you live or until you can make the right side real to your consciousness.

     When I work for the weather, everybody wants fair weather, only they believe there will be bad weather, and I only have to overcome that belief; but when malice comes in and declares there shall be storms, then I have a task to overcome that.  Now make real to yourselves: there is no envy, malice, hate nor revenge.  God is Love and Love is All.  All is health and holiness.  There is no opposite.  Mary Baker Eddy
(Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.10)