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"Until He Find It"

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    parthens
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    Luke 15:4 – “Until he find it.” – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPbCGwpdHFs

    Incredible, uplifting IJM video on this subject – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gM6mnLW3YE

    On page 132 of Miscellaneous Writings, Mrs. Eddy writes: “Three times a day, I retire to seek the divine blessing on the sick and sorrowing, with my face toward the Jerusalem of Love and Truth, in silent prayer to the Father which ‘seeth in secret,’ and with childlike confidence that he will reward ‘openly.'” [Emphasis added.]

    From the CS Sentinel article entitled “Daily Prayer” (May 5, 1917) by Archibald McLellan:
    “As followers of the great Teacher we cannot be too faithful in praying and living the prayer which expresses our common brotherhood and dependence on God as ‘our Father.’ In like manner let us be obedient to the ‘duty’ to which we are called by Sections 4 and 6 of Article VIII of the Church Manual. It is in our consistent performance of this duty, in daily praying, watching, and working for the overcoming of evil, that we shall find our prayers answered, and not only our deliverance accomplished, but that of all mankind. This deliverance will be not only from sickness and sin, but from all sorrow and oppression.” [Emphasis added.]

    #8601
    MaryBeth
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    Thank you very much! What an important reminder to seek until all are found!

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    JoanneF
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    Heartrending videos…. Thank you posting them.

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