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About our cover THINKING IT THROUGH
Prayer—in a world that doesn't wait
In Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking-Glass, there's a description of the main character, Alice, running with the Queen.
"'Now! Now!' cried the Queen. 'Faster! Faster!' ...
"'... in our country,' said Alice, still panting a little, 'you'd generally get to somewhere else—if you ran very fast for a long time as we've been doing.'
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Prayer—an effective action
Feeding the world's hunger
Beulah Roegge with contributions from James Nelson Goodsell, Bea Roegge, Jim, Richard Harley
How spiritual sense defeats addiction
James Q. Wilson
Paying attention to what we pray
Evan P. Mehlenbacher
There's always a way
Victoria Margaret Fredrickson
Staying with what is spiritually essential
We can know our prayers make a difference
We read in the book of Job in the Bible, "Canst thou by...
Elizabeth A. Rodig
At one time a growth appeared on one of my eyelids
With much gratitude I testify to the healing efficacy of Christian Science...
Joy Hardman Oldemeyer with contributions from Cecelia Oldemeyer Couture
My first healing in Christian Science took place twenty-two...
Orvalino Quadros Martins
The news media seem filled today with reports of the struggles...