Dailies

WATCH – Mental malpractice must be met daily by all the students; met by your mental protest that breaks the so-called law of a lie, or you are liable to be affected by this lie all unconsciously.  Dear one, remember this.  Our Master said, “Had the good man of the house watched, his house would not have been broken open.”   Mary Baker Eddy    (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.60)

Dailies

There is nothing within me that corresponds with, or responds to, any form of evil.  There is no illusion of poverty.  God made all, owns all there is, and it is good.  I am a joint-heir with Christ, in God, and have my share of everything.  I am exempt from want, loss, lack, or limitation of any kind.  There is no material resistance that can limit me.  “The Lord is my Shepherd, I shall not want.”  Abundance cannot lapse into lack, since God is my fountain source of infinite riches and plenty.  I can and do demonstrate the wealth which comes from God with no interruption in its flow.  I am prosperous and successful, kept so by an inexhaustible supply.  There is no mental self-mesmerism.  I have fullness of supply and abundance.  There are no adverse circumstances, no avarice, no greed, no trust in money, nor love of money.  I live in the land of promise.   Mary Baker Eddy   (Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.49)

Dailies

Delay to perform a duty is not obedience.  The Scripture declares that “Now is the acceptable time.”  The good that can be done today cannot be done tomorrow; and sufficient unto each day are the demands thereof.  The model Sermon of our great Master pleads for our daily bread.  We need the bread of heaven each and every day.  The Scriptures discard delay; they prohibit the poor protest: “Tomorrow shall be as this day, and much more abundantly.  A word to the wise is sufficient.”   Mary Baker Eddy
(Carpenter, Gilbert, Watches, Prayers and Arguments, p.48)

 

Dailies

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)