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Back and Forth
a dialogue with readers
Sometimes it's easy to think of praying for the world as trying to fix up something "over there." But prayer for "the healing of the nations" has effects at home as well as abroad. When we pray for peace, for justice, and for greater brotherhood in other lands, we shouldn't be surprised if we are stirred to bring our prayers into our own lives. And as the following letter from a reader indicates, prayer makes us ready and able to help wherever we are.
I am impelled to write you after reading the "Profile" article in the January 5 Sentinel about your dealings with the situation in South Africa, in particular how you put Christian Science into practice in your business dealings.
In this Book of books
Heidi J. Snow
What are you listening for?
Jennifer Enid le Grange
Tender comfort for humanity
James Lawrence Wright
Norman Aswald Walter
The Bible: our candle on the water
Glorify the infinite
The camel, the humps, and the "I" of the needle
Susan Dane Gilboy
Science and Health, prayer, and law
Allison W. Phinney
The riches of God's love
Peggie Case Paulus
I am grateful that there are now five generations in my family...
Betty D. Slappey
The previous testifier is my mother, and I feel very privileged...
Jerri Barnes Davenport
Back and Forth
with contributions from The Editors, James Early