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Tears of rejoicing [“ Safe travels for all ,” Cathy Edge, February 20, 2017, Sentinel ] I listened to Cathy Edge’s article “Safe travels for all” today, and it brought tears of rejoicing to me. Over and over again I find that when we forget self and strive to bless others, it really does fulfill Mary Baker Eddy’s promise, “… whatever blesses one blesses all …” ( Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p.

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So helpful [“ The view beyond division ,” Tony Lobl, February 20, 2017, Sentinel ] Thank you for this beautiful editorial. I have been striving to understand how to view the seemingly troubled world with Mary Baker Eddy’s words in Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures to guide me: “Jesus beheld in Science the perfect man, who appeared to him where sinning mortal man appears to mortals.

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Effective message I was impressed and helped by the testimony about a relationship challenge by Christine Driessen in the February 6, 2017, Sentinel (“ Animosity dissolved by love ”). Her clear-cut message is very effective—with a nice economy of words! Brett Stafford San Francisco, California, US Clear application of Truth [Your Healings, “ Tackling the rapids ,” Isabel Wesman, February 2, 2017, TeenConnect, JSH-Online.

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An exceptional poem [“  ‘The government shall be upon his shoulder,’  ” Jill Gooding, January 30, 2017, Sentinel ] This poem is exceptional and much needed. Shari Novick via JSH-Online.

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Notice Do you remember a turning point?  We would love to hear about the experiences that have made you grow in your understanding and practice of Christian Science—experiences in which the truth became clearer and the pathway ahead felt more certain. Share with other Sentinel readers the inspiration that brought spiritual growth in your life in the column “Turning points in spiritual growth.

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Thank you [ Sentinel Watch, “ Fear not … ,” Kate Johnson, January 16, 2017, JSH-Online. com] Thank you to Kate for sharing this.

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It makes me think [“ The courage to keep on ,” Curtis Wahlberg, January 2, 2017, Sentinel ] I was very grateful to read the following: “Often, the cause of our trouble is not something especially related to our personal lives, but is because of an underlying belief in the false, material sense of things, which conceals God’s full presence. ” It makes me think, what world beliefs, so to speak, have I been taking in, allowing to continue or grow in thought? Time to sweep the mental house clean of the generalities that are being repeated in world and personal thinking.

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A comforting and real blessing I just read the January 2, 2017, Sentinel editorial by Margaret Rogers, “ Getting to the goal . ” In it, she mentioned that “health is our integrity.

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Timely reminder [“ Finding my worth ,” Tory Silver, December 12, 2016, Sentinel ] Great inspiration and thanks for sharing to Tory Silver! In the December 12, 2016, Sentinel , at the end of Tory’s article, there is artwork that says, “Only good and true thoughts welcome here!” I cut it out and pasted it on my front door—as much a greeting for visitors as a timely reminder to myself. Thanks again.

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Lifelong blessings [Sentinel Watch, “ A spiritual journey ,” Elizabeth Trevithick, December 5, 2016, JSH-Online. com] A sincere thank you to Elizabeth Trevithick for sharing a talk with Sentinel listeners about her spiritual journey.