“Give Us Vision Clear”
By Andrea McCormick, CS
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On Monday, March 30th, we offered a Metaphysical Talk via Zoom conference call as our “spiritual gathering” online to our New York City subscribers. Andrea McCormick, CS, formerly of New York City and now based in Denver, Colorado, spoke on the topic “Give us vision clear.”
We recorded the talk and are now sending it out to all our subscribers in the United States and internationally. We know that you will gain clarity and inspiration from this Metaphysical Talk.
Together, we can bring a healing response to the public's fear of contagion and let the voice of Truth and Love be heard. How special that we can all be a part of this outreaching healing ministry.
As our Leader Mary Baker Eddy affirms,
“To live so as to keep human consciousness in constant relation with the divine, the spiritual, and the eternal, is to individualize infinite power; and this is Christian Science.” (Miscellany, 160:5-8)
With grateful love to each of you,
Additional quotes Andrea has shared in support of her topic
Having eyes ye see not, and having ears ye hear not; lest ye should understand and be converted, and I might heal you. He taught that the material senses shut out Truth and its healing power.
(Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy, p. 38:28-32)
God is “of purer eyes than to behold evil.” We sustain Truth, not by accepting, but by rejecting a lie.
(Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy, p. 357:4-6)
EYES. Spiritual discernment, — not material but mental.
Jesus said, thinking of the outward vision, “Having eyes, see ye not?” (Mark viii. 18.)
(Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, Mary Baker Eddy, p. 586:3–6)
Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law [the First Commandment], happy is he.
Open thou mine eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of thy law.
No evidence before the material senses can close my eyes to the scientific proof that God, good, is supreme.
(Miscellaneous Writings, Mary Baker Eddy p. 277:23–24)