I work for the city - A Christian Science perspective from The Christian Science Monitor


Praying for the town or city in which we live is a type of work that brings blessings

No, I don’t climb down ladders into sewer tunnels in steel-toed boots and a hard hat or spend hours planting bulbs in municipal flowerbeds. And I certainly don’t wear a suit and punch a clock at city hall. But I feel I do work for the city in the sense that I pray for it every day. That prayer can take the form of being quiet, alone with God. But it can also take the shape of actively expressing divine Love in affection and goodwill toward fellow citizens. Read more

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