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Easter Messages From Mrs. Eddy

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    Excerpt from Easter message to FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST,ATLANTA, GEORGIA 1899

    My. p 189:8-14 You worship no distant deity, nor talk of unknown 9 love. The silent prayers of our churches, resounding through the dim corridors of time, go forth in waves of sound, a diapason of heart-beats, vibrating from one pulpit to another and from one heart to another, till truth and love, commingling in one righteous prayer,shall encircle and cement the human race.

    Excerpt from Easter message to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Concord, N. H 1902

    My. p. 155:17-25 May this glad Easter morn find the members of this dear church having a pure peace, a fresh joy, a clear vision of heaven here, heaven within us—and an awakened sense of the risen Christ. May long lines of light span the horizon of their hope, and brighten their faith with a dawn that knows no twilight, and no night. May those who discourse music to-day, sing, as the angels, Heaven’s symphonies that come to earth.

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