Dailies

WATCH – The first thing in the morning, call on God to deliver you from temptation and help you to be awake.  Then do your chores, not as a dreamy hashish eater, but with a clear sense of what to do and just how to do it.  Then sit down and first get yourself into a consciousness of your power with God, and then take up the outside watch. Sit until this is clear, – if two hours.  Mary Baker Eddy    (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.8)

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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)

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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)

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WATCH PRAYER FOR THE WHOLE HOUSEHOLD

All is Love, peace, and harmony.

Heaven is right here.

Truth reigns.

There is no strife.

Peace, be still.

Truth has destroyed the error.

Love has destroyed all hate.

All is peace, Love and joy.

Run and not be weary.

The need of the hour is simplicity, meekness and obedience.  Mary Baker Eddy  (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.8)

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PRAYER – To all First Readers – I request that you pray once every day for the principal editors of the principal periodicals in your city and for the clergymen in your pulpits.  The lying influences sent forth to deceive our clergymen and our pressmen, would, “if possible, deceive the very elect.”

     This must be met with a counteracting influence through prayer.  Let Truth be heard above error, and God will bless your efforts.  Jesus saith, “All things are possible to him who believeth.”  Ask other members of your church to do likewise, each day to pray as above and pour in the truth that destroys the error.  Mary Baker Eddy  (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.21)

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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)