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Freedom from disease is a present possibility. And there are steps we can take today to discover that freedom for ourselves.
To have immunity is to be free, to be exempt from disease or other evils. It is to have protection and not be susceptible to discord.
Considering the broad scope of this definition, one might well question whether it's realistic even to hope for immunity from disease and other disasters in a world where any night's news is likely to include not only graphic accounts of personal illness but also reports of calamity on an epidemic scale. Can one be truly protected, free, exempt, in such a world?
If we look at existence solely from a material standpoint, hope for immunity is indeed unrealistic. In fact it's hard to avoid the persistent apprehension that one is somehow threatened on every side.
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Katherine Jane Hildreth
A secure foundation
Albert G. Nelson
Gregory Alan Bouwens
Are you accepting the echo or the original?
Erica J. A. Haxworth
A simplicity that is wise
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Love supersedes animosity
Guarding the castle gate
Kathryn L. Merrill
Five days after our second child was born, my husband found...
Nancy Winburn Tinsman with contributions from Richard Earl Tinsman, Troy Franklin Tinsman, Houston Wade
I have learned to find answers to each week's problems in that...
Jack Fleischer Goldsmith
I am grateful for proofs in my life of God's loving care and...
Brewster Warren Moseley
My parents were of another faith when I was a year old
Eileen Fox with contributions from Gertrude Abrams
Back and Forth
with contributions from Arnold Drake