Concord ExpressA Christian Science Study Resource
In your peaceful homes remember our brave soldiers, whether in camp or in battle.1 Oh, may their love of coun‐21try, and their faithful service thereof, be unto them life-preservers! May the divine Love succor and protect them, as at Manila, where brave men, led by the dauntless 24Dewey, and shielded by the power that saved them, sailed victoriously through the jaws of death and blotted out the Spanish squadron.
27 Great occasion have we to rejoice that our nation, which 15 15:1fed her starving foe, — already murdering her peaceful seamen and destroying millions of her money, — will be 3as formidable in war as she has been compassionate in peace.
May our Father-Mother God, who in times past hath 6spread for us a table in the wilderness and “in the midst of our enemies,” establish us in the most holy faith, plant our feet firmly on Truth, the rock of Christ, the “substance 9of things hoped for” — and fill us with the life and under‐standing of God, and good will towards men.