Online Wednesday testimony meeting
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Join our global online congregation live every Wednesday at 2 pm. Eastern time. An audio replay is available within thirty minutes after the meeting ends until Friday at 8 am Eastern time.
At Wednesday testimony meetings, you’ll hear hymns and readings specially selected for the day from the Christian Science Pastor—the Bible and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. You’ll also hear testimonies of healing and comments about Christian Science submitted by listeners. An online church lobby is open for 10 minutes after each meeting.
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Listen live to the online Wednesday service at 2 pm Eastern time. Phone charges, if any, are the responsibility of the caller.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Moji George, First Reader
Bryan Ashley, Organist
Adagio Molto (from Third Sonata, Op. 56), by Alexandre Guilmant
Soliloquy, by Charles Callahan
Words: Para. I Kings 19:11, 12, Psalms 23:2, 4 Psalms, 143:8, 10 Susan Thierman
Susan Thierman, music
Cause me to hear Your lovingkindness in the morning;
Teach me to do Your will, O God.
Cause me to know the way where I should place my feet
To walk in the pathway of Your love.
Not in the storm, nor the earthquake, nor the wave;
You're not in the wind, nor the flame.
In the still of the evening, in the hush of the morning,
Call my name.
Truth is my Rock; there is nothing I shall fear.
You still all my worry and woe.
And my heart's overflowing now; I rest where
Your quiet waters flow.
Words and Music © 2017 The Christian Science Board of Directors.
James Montgomery, words
John B. Dykes, music
Call the Lord thy sure salvation,
Rest beneath th' Almighty's shade;
In His secret habitation
Dwell, nor ever be dismayed.
He shall charge His angel legions
Watch and ward o'er thee to keep,
Though thou walk through hostile regions,
Though in desert wilds thou sleep.
There no tumult can alarm thee,
Thou shalt dread no hidden snare;
Guile nor violence shall harm thee
In eternal safeguard there.
Words from Psalm 121 from the Swedish Version
Bohemian Brethren, music
Mine eyes look toward the mountains,
Help cometh from on high;
From God who never slumbers,
Whose care is ever nigh.
My foot shall not be moved,
My keeper is the Lord,
He never shall forsake me;
I trust me to His Word.
God keepeth me from falling,
Fulfilleth all my need;
His love doth e'er uphold me
In faithful word and deed.
He keepeth me from evil,
My onward way doth trace,
My going and my coming
He crowneth with His grace.
Words © The Christian Science Board of Directors.
Salvation Has Come to Us, BWV 638, by Johann Sebastian Bach
Postlude, by William Mathias
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Feel free to submit testimonies using the testimony/comment form before, during, or after the meeting, and throughout the week. Read our testimony guidelines. We'd love it if you would include your name and location so we can embrace our global audience. As you write up your testimony, please remember that we have listeners from many different backgrounds, with varying degrees of familiarity with Christian Science. We do not air all submissions and submissions may be slightly edited before airing.
If your testimony has never been published before, you are invited to submit a longer version of it to The Christian Science Journal, Christian Science Sentinel, or The Herald of Christian Science at JSH Submissions. Further guidelines for submitting testimonies to the periodicals are also available here.
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