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I have received my daily bread from on high and now I close the door of the outer sense while I digest and assimilate it. I close this door in perfect confidence, sure of the divine protection which never slumbers nor sleeps. I know Love is God and is Omnipotent and Omnipresent.

I turn from the objective world to the subjective, knowing that I shall find my way, without harm or hindrance, to the green pastures and still waters of His beloved.

No psychic influence can turn me aside from this resting place, for the Lord is my shepherd and Him only do I serve. I am free from all fear. I am free from all sense of injury. I have no enemies. No one has wronged me. I have in my heart no desire for retaliation. I feel only love for every human being.

I go to my rest in the desire to rise from it renewed and invigorated that I may still minister to my brethren.

I have laid aside the garments that belong to the outer world and I enter the soul-world clad in its own raiment, by which those who need me shall know me. I turn out the light of the material world.

I see the greater light which guides my footsteps. Its radiance shows me what I still lack and where to find the supply. In this light of God I take my journey for this night and wing my way to my real home, knowing that I shall find it and bring back from it what the kingdoms of this world can never give me.

For I go forth with only love in my heart, and this key will unlock all the treasures of wisdom and power and health and peace. The curtains are drawn; the world fades away. On the wings of love I am rising to the heavenly spheres. I hear their far-off music.

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Ursula N. Gestefeld

  • Born April 22, 1845 and died in 1921 (burried at Graceland Cemetery, Chicago).
  • Involved in Christian Science
  • Most famous work is The Woman Who Dares.

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