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From the Editors
The "need to know" is commonplace today.
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About our cover—Does the news we hear and see in the media tell us all there is to know of humanity's progress? Or can the good news of the gospel show us new possibilities?
Profile

Reporting the news, praying for humanity

Whether we are getting the news out or taking it in, most of us want to do something more than just watch, read, or listen. This journalist's comments point us toward spiritually impelled action.
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"The publishing activities that Mrs.
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Second Thought

"What many journalists cannot now see may develop into a grace that amazes them."
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Healing for our world

An issue of significance is before the legislative branch of your government. How are you praying?
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A raft trip provided this author with a useful metaphor, one that helped her learn more of the nature of Christian healing.
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Extending the morning thought

A quiet communion with God in the early hours strengthens us for the day, but the effects don't stop there.
Letters
The following letter arrived one year ago, at the height of the war in the Persian Gulf.
Editorial
We can do a lot better than to concur mildly with spiritual truth. It deserves our all-out, wholehearted affirmation.
Editorial

The evolution of prayer

If we think of prayer as only an outpouring call to God, we may overlook His outpouring to us. But eventually the reality of God transforms our prayer.
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The Herald of Christian Science is produced by The Christian Science Publishing Society in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Testimony of Healing
I want to tell you about why I am a student of Christian Science.
Testimony of Healing
From early childhood I suffered with epilepsy.
Testimony of Healing
I am grateful that my mother began reading and studying Science and Health by Mrs.
Testimony of Healing
"For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any twoedged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.

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