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The world occasionally has us laboring under some pretty heavy misconceptions—especially about ourselves. Maybe we don't look the way people do in the advertisements. Maybe our past doesn't make us very proud. Think of this Sentinel as a "timeout"—time for a spiritual break from the constant buzz of self-condemnation. The articles in this week's issue show what a difference it can make to begin recognizing your actual spiritual nature.
In our opening feature, "Finding light," a woman from Uruguay tells how she found release from the continuing hurts of childhood abuse. "There has been wonderful reconciliation in our home," she writes. "We work together now and help one another."
God's will is wholly good
Nancy E. Grefé
Verdict: not guilty
Frances L. West
To begin with
Lucy Chambers Karwell
Are you getting in the way of your healing?
The failure of egotism, the success of Christ
Ralph W. Emerson
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors
Children: the world's most valuable resource
Love that moves mountains, Love that heals
Does God go on vacations?
Joyce H. Bissell
"Let the redeemed of the Lord say so" (Psalms)
In the early 1980s, after a series of difficult challenges—...
Jennifer L. De Vol
Christian Science has been loved and practiced in our...
Jill V. Pacheco