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“As an exponent of Truth, the Sentinel nourishes, purifies, and heals mentally and physically. It awakens spiritual vigilance and bestows a divine assurance that the one unlimited Mind gives activity, concord, and indestructible life to its idea, man. It makes "a new heart and a new spirit" (Ezck.18:31).”

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