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This issue tells of people's growing realization that spiritual things are by no means off in a corner somewhere but they are squarely in the midst of everyday life.
Many people have been conditioned by what might be called the "official" story of materialism—that spiritual truths and values are intangible or removed from the practicalities of life. When people succeed in breaking through this lie, it can feel like waking up to a much richer and livelier experience. The author of "Finding light," for example, writes: "As I realized how profoundly my life, my experience, is shaped by my thoughts and what I accept of others' thoughts and beliefs, the whole activity of prayer opened up for me." In "Positive Press" we hear of a Russian, who at the age of thirty read the gospel for the first time. He says, "What a treasure they have been hiding from me! Who decided, and on what basis, that this was bad for me ...?"
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
Yearnings of the human heart for something more
Allison W. Phinney, Jr. with contributions from Marilynne S. Mason
Healing means waking up to Truth
When God seems far away
The Mother who's always there
Thomas Richard Mitchinson
FROM HAND TO HAND
M. C. W.
Getting ready for work that lies ahead
Allison W. Phinney, Jr.
Equal access to God
Michael D. Rissler
I first became aware of Christian Science as a child in elementary...
Katherine Helsell Lazarus
I am so grateful to have witnessed the operation of God,...
Nine years ago I had trouble with my bladder
Lucina Cezar Armelin with contributions from Antonio Armelin
Christian Science came into my life in 1988 when I was suffering...
Enobong Nnah Ideme