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A dialogue with readers
Sentinel readers and writers write to one another. Often. In one sense, it's somewhat unusual for significant numbers of magazine readers to write to the authors of articles. In another sense, it's perfectly natural. It's natural to want to say thank you to someone who has helped.
One author wrote to us recently: "Just thought you'd be encouraged to know that there has been quite a lot of response to my most recent article. One lady read and studied it, and said that she was able to walk freely again. Another told me that it had helped her in the healing of an eye problem."
A newer author enclosed a manuscript for a second article with this note: "You may be interested to know that I received more than twenty-five responses from my first article, many from people I have never met and who received some benefit from reading it."
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Lonely at Christmas?
A letter from someone who loves you
Margaret H. Sullivan
Peace on earth? Goodwill toward men!
Stephen T. Carlson
Jeannie J. Ferber
Refuge, healing, and other miracles of grace
Christmas, a time of new beginning
Michael D. Rissler
Holding Snooky's hands
Kathryn Geraldine Rezek
About two years ago my husband and I were visiting a niece...
Pauline B. Wurster
I want to express my gratitude for the joy and peace and purpose...
Marian Ward Cates
I was not a Christian Scientist at the time my husband abandoned...
Regina Jean Connolly
At one time I wrenched my back while helping my husband...
Lillian F. Sillaway