Pulpit and Press, by Mary Baker Eddy
Books by Mary Baker Eddy

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invincibles, and we must look now to their daughters to
overcome our own allied armies of evil and to save us from
ourselves.  She must and will succeed, for as David sang
- "God shall help her, and that right early."  When we
try to praise her later works it is as if we would pour
incense upon the rose.  It is the proudest boast of many
of us that we are "bound to her by bonds dearer than freedom,"
and that we live in the reflected royalty which
shines from her brow.  We rejoice with her that at last
we begin to know what John on Patmos meant - "And
there appeared a great wonder in heaven, a woman clothed
with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and upon her
head a crown of twelve stars."  She brought to warring
men the Prince of Peace, and he, departing, left his scepter

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not in her hand, but in her soul.  "The time of times"
is near when "the new woman" shall subdue the whole
earth with the weapons of peace.  Then shall wrong be
robbed of her bitterness and ingratitude of her sting,
revenge shall clasp hands with pity, and love shall dwell
in the tents of hate; while side by side, equal partners in
all that is worth living for, shall stand the new man with
the new woman.

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