Whoa, rainy day in Boston! The clouds just opened this morning. Magnificent downpour. It’s the rain that the sky has been waiting to send down for days.
For those staying dry inside someplace, you might enjoy thinking about this rainy analogy today – a promise of protection:
“Clouds parsimonious of rain, that swing in the sky with dumb thunderbolts, are seen and forgotten in the same hour; while those with a mighty rush, which waken the stagnant waters and solicit every root and every leaf with the treasures of rain, ask no praising. Remember, thou canst be brought into no condition, be it ever so severe, where Love has not been before thee and where its tender lesson is not awaiting thee. Therefore despair not nor murmur, for that which seeketh to save, to heal, and to deliver, will guide thee, if thou seekest this guidance.”
-Mary Baker Eddy, in her address to the Concord Christian Science church, February, 1899.
And this evening, we hope you’ll join us in the cozy shelter of the bank community room, or on the phone, for our mid-week testimony meeting. Details are below.
Find us tonight at:
Eastern Bank community room – 687 Centre St, Jamaica Plain (across from Goodwill)
or on the phone at:
(605) 475-4000 x 636128
We’ll kick things off at:
7:35pm, Boston time (EDT).