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note about clergyman's remarks
Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, Mary Baker Eddy, pp. 32:31–11

To the query in regard to some clergyman's comments on my illustrated poem, I will say: It is the righteous prayer that avails with God. Whatever is wrong will receive its own reward. The high priests of old caused the crucifixion of even the great Master; and thereby they lost, and he won, heaven. I love all ministers and ministries of Christ, Truth.

All clergymen may not understand the illustrations in “Christ and Christmas;” or that these refer not to personality, but present the type and shadow of Truth's appearing in the womanhood as well as in the manhood of God, our divine Father and Mother.
(Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, Mary Baker Eddy, pp. 32:31–11)