Sunday, July 10th, 2022 Roundtable

Lovest Thou Me More Than These?

This week’s Lesson Sermon Subject: Sacrament

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Morning Prayers

“True prayer is not asking God for love; it is learning to love, and to include all mankind in one affection. Prayer is the utilization of the love wherewith He loves us. Prayer begets an awakened desire to be and do good.”

— from No and Yes, by Mary Baker Eddy, page 39

“Once more I write, Set your affections on things above; love one another; commune at the table of our Lord in one spirit; worship in spirit and in truth; and if daily adoring, imploring, and living the divine Life, Truth, Love, thou shalt partake of the bread that cometh down from heaven, drink of the cup of salvation, and be baptized in Spirit.”

— from Christian Science verses Panthism, by Mary Baker Eddy, page 14

Discussion points

439 — WATCH that you do not neglect to make the demonstration of taking yourself and others out of the belief of nationality, in order to see all in the great household and family of God. In no other way can you escape the impersonal hatred that exists between nations which, when stirred up, comes to the surface to be self-destroyed in the form of war. If one believes that he is an American, he cannot escape the human fact that he is hated by certain other nationalities. The only escape from this belief in hatred lies in seeing man as God’s perfect child, free from any belief in nationality.

— from 500 Watching Points by Gilbert Carpenter

GOLDEN TEXT: Proverbs 15 : 8

“The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the Lord: but the prayer of the upright is his delight.”

Article — “Let Us Then Be Up and Doing” from Clear and Correct Teachingby Herbert W. Eustace

Article — “Zone to Zone” by Julia M. Johnston

Article — “How to Save the World” by Nancy Beauchamp

Article — “The Healing of the Nations” by William D. McCrackan

Article — “God’s Elect” by Julia M. Johnston

Forum posts — Sacrament — July 10th, 2022

The last act of the tragedy on Calvary rent the veil of matter, and unveiled Love’s great legacy to mortals: Love forgiving its enemies.

— from Miscellaneous Writings by Mary Baker Eddy, page 124

“No Big Power Veto “, from 1948 Association Address, by Herbert E. Rieke

Assignment: Read pages 341-342

Book: Miscellaneous Writings by Mary Baker Eddy

Final Readings

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