Watches, Prayers, and Arguments,
given by Mary Baker Eddy
Attractive soft spiral bound copy with easy to read print.
From the Forward by Gilbert C. Carpenter:
"In the house of Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, those whom she called mental workers were instructed to sit quietly in their rooms and watch and pray, usually for an hour at a time. These periods she called watches, after the Master's query, "Could ye not watch with me one hour?
It was her custom to furnish these workers with written texts or outlines of thoughts which she expected them to amplify....." This Forward is enormously instructive in providing into the why's and wherefore's of these watches, for the benefit of the serious student of Christian Science.