In the illustrated poem, "Christ and Christmas" by Mary Baker Eddy, is a picture of two angels without wings, moving gracefully and swiftly through space. May they not illustrate something of the activity of the spiritual idea, something of the heavenly motive power of divine grace, quickening and arousing thought with the impetus of inspiration and divine intelligence? Such thought activity is described figuratively by Ezekiel in his vision of the cherubim, where we read ( Ezek.
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