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    “Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth.” Colossians 3

    This sentence brought to mind the story of Lass shared in last week’s forum and discussed during our Roundtable. It was a great help to have this illustration for how we should be at one with God. As the dog Lass placed her trust in Phillip Keller her affection for him grew. It gave Lass great joy “to set” her undivided attention on him. She would keep him in view. It was said that like Lass we should be guided by His Presence; our trust in God should grow and our attention be focused on getting to know His voice; finally we should be content “to stay” where God has placed us, told us to stay. Distraction from the “things on the earth” will expended our energy until there is nothing left. God is with us even in the most difficult times.

    “Oh, may the light that is never dim so encompass you, that no night is there. May His angels hold thee in their power, and Songs of Science be heard in the intuitions of thought, till your life is in tune with the rhythm of God.” from Divinity Course and General Collectanea, the ‘Blue Book,’ by Mary Baker Eddy, page 224


    Thank you for sharing that beautiful blessing by Mary Baker Eddy in the Blue Book.


    It is a beautiful prayer by Mrs. Eddy. It was chosen and read by Florence for our prayer at the beginning of last Sunday’s Roundtable. If you want to hear it read click on this link When Men Are Cast Down, There is Lifting Up.

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