Early in our application of Christian Science we discover that a watch must be kept not only upon individual thoughts, but upon the general character of our thinking. On page 114 of "Miscellaneous Writings" Mary Baker Eddy says: "Christian Scientists cannot watch too sedulously, or bar their doors too closely, or pray to God too fervently, for deliverance from the claims of evil.
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