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Individuals and world peace
Governments, diplomats, and organizations that are working honestly to help the world toward peace deserve support in those efforts.
But human organizations have limitations. World peace seems agonizingly far-off, and progress toward it seems slow. Mutual distrusts, regional hatreds, historic tensions, seem to go on and on. New ones crop up. Something more is needed.
Is it possible this "something" has to do with individual rather than collective effort? But how can an individual realistically hope to advance world peace? Isn't the challenge far too complicated?
Persisting in prayer for racial harmony
with contributions from Beverly Lyle
Seeing "every man clearly"
Frederick H. Brightman
The rhythm of Spirit
Helyse V. Biggs
A promise kept
Margaret Jessie Jacobs
The freedom of divine law
Alone with God
Susan Booth Mack
What governs our thinking?
Mary Lee S. O'Neal
"Free at last"
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
William E. Moody
Today many feel desperately lost in sensualism and sin
When I returned to college in my senior year, it was with an...
One day I showed my mother what I thought was a splinter in...
Karissa M. Clarke with contributions from Robin Joy Clarke