WATCH – When you lie down to sleep, know that you have self-control, and that the ever-lasting arms are about you, and nothing can intrude into your quiet sanctuary – your peace and rest. You say you cannot sleep – why not rather say you rest in God who does not sleep? You need no sleep. Realize this, and the fear that you will not sleep will disappear and you will sleep. It is the assurance of knowing that makes us master of the situation. Mary Baker Eddy (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.8)
What does the Spirit do? I Cor 2:9 as,10
LEAVE ALL FOR CHRIST – 14
The work that needs to be done, and which God calls me to outside of College work, if left undone might hinder the progress of our Cause more than my teaching would advance it: therefore I leave all for Christ. (Eddy, Mary Baker, Miscellaneous Writings, p.274:6
LEAVE ALL FOR CHRIST – 13
We are Christian Scientists, only as we quit our reliance upon that which is false and grasp the true. We are not Christian Scientists until we leave all for Christ. Human opinions are not spiritual. They come from the hearing of the ear, from corporeality instead of from Principle, and from the mortal instead of from the immortal. Spirit is not separate from God. Spirit is God. (Eddy, Mary Baker, Science and Health, p.192:4-10)
WATCH – I love to be where God wants me to be.
I love to do what God wants me to do without asking how, when or why.
I have my place in Principle.
I have my work in Principle.
I have my reward in Principle; and there is no law of mental malpractice that can act through any condition or circumstance to hinder or obstruct the perfect and complete manifestation of God’s plan for me here and now. Mary Baker Eddy (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p. 8)
What are the diviner conceptions? 260:7-12
What must we be determined to know? I Cor 2:1,2
LEAVE ALL FOR CHRIST – 12
More than profession is requisite for Christian demonstration. Few understand or adhere to Jesus’ divine precepts for living and healing. Why? Because his precepts require the disciple to cut off the right hand and pluck out the right eye, — that is, to set aside even the most cherished beliefs and practices, to leave all for Christ. (Eddy, Mary Baker, Science and Health, p.141:3-9)