with Ken Girard -
In this podcast, Ken answers questions such as: If we feel that what God is asking us to do is too far out of our comfort zone, how do we overcome this resistance and listen to God? How do you pray when you get a sinking feeling and all seems vague, unknown, and out of control? And what do you do if you make a decision you thought was God-inspired, but then it brings suffering? Ken answers these questions and more with the understanding that we all reflect the Mind that is God, and this Mind will lead us to what we need to know in every circumstance.
Guests: Melanie Wahlberg, Al Gemrich, Donna Haynes -
Have you ever wanted to feel God’s mercy and grace when going through a hard time, but have felt undeserving of that love? Is it possible, even in those moments of self-doubt or sadness, to receive the tender touch that heals and uplifts? Hear first hand experiences of guests who have drawn closer to God and found that mercy and grace right at hand—bringing healing to their lives. divider Originally aired February 25, 2006.
Amid the great concern these days about obstacles to good government facing institutions around the world—such as greed, incompetence, stubbornness, lust for power, or simply a misguided but honest attempt to do good—I find myself challenged to watch my thinking. Christ Jesus told his disciples, “What I say unto you I say unto all, Watch” ( Mark 13:37 ), and I take this to mean being alert to the temptation to indulge in indignation, fear, and the constant rehearsing of perceived faults or wrongs of individuals in leadership positions.
If you have a question about how you can better understand and live “the scientific statement of being” found in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, send it in to the Sentinel Watch podcast.
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