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Eye on the World

What’s in the news—and how might you pray about it? Sentinel editors share prayerful insights into news stories from around the world, and provide links to related articles on JSH-Online.

Our prayers for peace on earth can be enriched by glorifying the qualities we value in children—innocence, purity, and goodness.

Eye on the world: Being peacemakers

God’s man is inherently a peacemaker—endowed with qualities such as compassion, meekness, and love.

Eye on the world: Equal rights for women

The prayer that acknowledges the full spiritually-established  rights of both men and women can help equalize the standards of human laws and societies.

Eye on the world: Praying for peace with North Korea

As people and governments are concerned about conflict with North Korea, our prayers can acknowledge the peace of God’s kingdom.

Eye on the world: Prayer for the Rohingya

The Rohingya people are being marginalized in Myanmar to the degree that it is being called ethnic cleansing, but the fear and hatred at the base of the issue can be neutralized through prayer based on the supremacy of God, Love.

Progress is being made in the protection of free and fair democratic elections.

Eye on the world: A fresh school year, full of promise

As a new academic school year begins in the Northern Hemisphere, we can prayerfully affirm that the wisdom of God, divine Mind, directs teachers and students.

Eye on the world: One human race

Divine Love’s idea, man, is loved and cherished.

Eye on the world: Safe and secure

All of God’s children “abide under the shadow of the Almighty” (Psalms 91:1).

Eye on the world: Promoting honesty

Man naturally expresses integrity because it is a quality derived from God. So it’s natural to be honest.