Answering my prayer [Madeline Cassidy, “ ‘Citizens … of the household of God,’ ” Sentinel, December 10, 2018] This is a wonderful, helpful article—so beautifully and clearly written—answering my prayer seeking how to spiritually see and help myself and others. I had earlier sought how to approach a difficult personal situation.
Expressions of gratitude [ Sentinel Watch, Jen McLaughlin, Carol Olano, Carl Phillips, Julie Pabst, and Van Driessen, “ Giving praise and gratitude to God heals ,” November 19, 2018] I’m very grateful for these expressions of gratitude and love! Sharing gratitude and love never leaves me where I was! Thanks for the reminder. Jeffrey Clark via JSH-Online.
Just what I needed this morning [Tony Lobl, “ A clean slate for victims and abusers ,” Sentinel, November 26, 2018] Thank you so much for this editorial. It is just what I needed this morning.
Just what I needed [Rocha Mupayi Mbenza, “ ‘Fasting’ in times of economic crisis ,” Sentinel, October 29, 2018] This article has peace and power within it. The fresh approach from the heart of the author is inspiring to me and is just what I needed to read and contemplate.
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Rereading the entire issue During a sleepless night thinking about a dear relative, my thought fastened on Hymn 148 , “In heavenly Love abiding,” in the Christian Science Hymnal (Anna L. Waring).
All creation is included in my prayers Thank you for the October 15, 2018, issue of the Sentinel, “ Widening the scope of our prayers . ” I have often been struck by the specificity of the Fourth Commandment, “Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.
Healing of fear and doubt [Name Withheld, “ When a spouse leaves, God doesn’t ,” Sentinel, October 22, 2018] This wonderful article has given me a healing of fear and doubt that I have struggled with for many, many years! I am so grateful to this author for sharing her experience. Barbara DeMaggio via JSH-Online.
Two great reasons! In the June 4, 2018, Sentinel, Cheryl Ranson addresses the question “ Why should a person diagnosed as having an incurable disease read a Christian Science magazine? ” And in the July 2 Sentinel, Roger Gordon answers the question “ Why should anyone be interested in reading about metaphysical healing? ” My grandmother often told me about how Christian Science was introduced to our family. Her mom suffered from what, today, might be known as migraines.
Compassionate, nonjudgmental comments [Dialogue with the World, “ The realism that heals ,” Sentinel, October 15, 2018] I was so glad to read these helpful, compassionate, nonjudgmental comments by two members of the team of Committees on Publication. A real conversation with their fellow man! Joy Hinman via JSH-Online.