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BACK & FORTH
a dialogue with readers
We know from the many letters we receive that readers are finding healing in the Sentinel. And there's healing for writers, too, as the following letter from a contributor illustrates.
"Some time ago, one morning I began to feel extremely anxious. I'd had bouts of sudden, rather inexplicable fear for years—probably a version of what has come to be called 'anxiety attacks.' But through studying Science, daily prayer, and efforts to practice what I was understanding spiritually, these 'attacks' had become altogether infrequent. Now, however, everything seemed to be blowing up in my face and I struggled to feel near to God.
INSIDE: LOOKING INTO THIS ISSUE
Divine Love is our sure refuge
Martin K. Budu-Kwatiah
Overthrowing the tyranny of fear and disease
Sue A. Spotts
Facing large-scale concerns with prayer
William A. Gough
Reason for hope
A story of self-discovery and restoration
We don't need to live in fear
Michael D. Rissler
My little lipstick
Joan Sieber Ware
The first semester of my junior year in college was extremely...
Sharon Cramer with contributions from Katherine M. Cramer
When I first met my wife and found out that she was a...
Glen W. Bentley
About four or five months after I renewed my study of...
Merri Irving Byrd
When I read the July 1991 issue of The Christian Science Journal,...
Lois Joan Deitrick