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ARGUMENT – Treat yourself three times each day on the basis I name, and let a student treat you once, and make the basic point this: that you can help yourself and need not the help of man.  God, good, Truth, Love is all the help you can have, for they are all power.   Mary Baker Eddy   (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.31)

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ARGUMENT – Take this thought earnestly twice each day: There is no evil thinking and no evil argument; the lie and the liar are a lie, an illusion; there is no such person nor thought.  God is all there is.   Mary Baker Eddy   (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.31)

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July 16, 1905 – Watch Prayer – Beloved students at Pleasant View: Handle electricity of mortal mind; no arsenical poison, no belief of nerves.   Love governs all.  One Mind; one Truth.  God is All-in-all.  Jesus knew the hour of temptation and wept, but he also knew the power of Love supreme over all the errors of sense.  No lie stands in the presence of Truth.  No theosophy, black magic.  No destructive electricity.  “He commanded and it stood fast.”  God, good, is All.  (Take this up every morning and evening until I tell you to change your prayers.) Mary Baker Eddy    (Oakes, Richard, Course in Divinity and General Collectanea, p.54)

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C.S. Board of Directors

My Beloved Students:

Consider this: my proposition: that you require some of the best Christian Scientists in Boston and vicinity to pray once each day that no thought of earthquake, tornado or destructive lightning enter thought to harm it, but that He who reigns in the heavens and watches over the earth saves from all harm.  Again let me say, pray not on hire but the demand of love to God and man.   Mary Baker Eddy   (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.49)

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EXTRACT FROM A LETTER – In Truth all is right; there is no burden; there is no evil; there is no malice, hatred directed against the Truth.  Handle this every day.  Rise up.  Do your work faithfully, and God will give you a sure reward.   Mary Baker Eddy (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.47)

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ARGUMENT – Inasmuch as I am God’s child, spiritual, and not material, I must be perfect. I am whole; I am free; I have all I need, every hour; I am without fear, without anxiety; I live in Spirit, not in matter (error); I am not in danger; no one can harm me or deprive me of any good. I know no such thing as pain, suffering, or disease, for I am a reflection of Life, Truth and Love. I am never disappointed or grieved. The harmony of my being is never broken, because I live in the infinite. No condition of the body is essential to my happiness, for God, good, only, is the spring of all my joys. My life is hid with Christ in God. Therefore I am immortal, for nothing can be lost or die in God.   Mary Baker Eddy    (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.45)

 

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Mrs. Eddy said to Calvin Frye, “Make supplication to God daily that you may be delivered from all beliefs of sin or sickness, and after doing this, then turn to and demand of yourself to realize their unreality, and recognize your power over the temptation to yield to any such an illusion.”  Mary Baker Eddy   (Carpenter, Gilbert, 500 Watching Points, #132)