Thank you [“ The significance of joy ,” Ruth Geyer, October 6, 2014, Sentinel ] As always, God speaks to us in a language we can understand. He also speaks to us exactly when we need to hear Him.
A timely article [“ Subduing self-righteousness ,” Marianne Scott, September 22, 2014, Sentinel ] Wow! What a timely article, considering the political issues of the day. I love to think how subduing self-righteousness, one thought at a time, will ultimately result in universal peace.
Beautiful healing [“ Teeth straightened through prayer ,” Adrienne McWhorter, September 15, 2014, Sentinel ] Beautiful healing! Any time I pray about teeth, I include the knowledge that we include only spiritual ideas, which are “rooted and grounded in love” ( Ephesians 3:17 ). Thank you for sharing this lovely healing.
Especially helpful I just want to say thank you for the testimony submitted by Susie Jostyn [“ True growth is only good ,” September 15, 2014, Sentinel ] about her healing of a growth under her eye. This statement was especially helpful: “There never had been and never would be a false impression of me.
Thoughtful and helpful Please express my deep gratitude to the editors for their weekly column, which is always thoughtful and helpful. I would like to mention in particular the editorial in the August 4, 2014, issue, “ The result of God’s being ,” which I found deeply inspired and inspiring.
Helpful article [ “Can a ‘miracle’ really occur?” Nate Frederick, August 18, 2014, Sentinel ] What a helpful article. I love the analogy of the light beam shining outward.
Just what I needed [“ Leg injury healed ,” Heather Bauer, August 18, 2014, Sentinel ] What a great testimony! Isn’t God wonderful? Thank you for this—it was just what I needed to read this morning. Becky Barrett-Alford JSH-Online.
Growth out of addiction [“ Out of the darkness of addiction ,” Jeff Rice, August 11, 2014, Sentinel ] Thank you for writing from the standpoint of honesty and helpfulness. I am sure that there are many people who will find this article helpful in their own growth out of the entanglement of addiction.
Can relate [“ Grateful for childhood healings ,” Lark Garges Smith, August 4, 2014, Sentinel ] Thank you for sharing. I could certainly relate, as we lived in Turkey when I was a child.
Wonderful article [“ A woman responds to a violent attack ,” Lois Carlson, July 21 & 28, 2014, Sentinel ] Thank you for this wonderful article. I am just in awe of your recognition of God’s presence, forgiveness, and love, and your refusal to give in to the human reaction, which healed not only yourself but also, I am sure, would have had an effect on those boys.