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From the Editors
A friend told us that two or three years ago, while looking through a popular magazine, he saw an account of a young girl's battle with cystic fibrosis. He said that for several days he felt quite sad about it. The picture the article painted was one of injustice and hopelessness.
Then, last June, he read an issue of The Christian Science Journal—a sister magazine to the Sentinel—that described another girl's healing of this same disease through prayer. Although he had often read that anything is possible to God, he was overjoyed to learn that such healing is actually going on. Although the disease is believed to be inherited, the girl's mother stated, "Bible study released me from the belief that this illness was hereditary—that I was guilty somehow of inflicting this ailment on my daughter. ... Not only was this a release from the terrible label of heredity, but it gave assurance that the manifestation of health and wholeness could be accomplished. After this, my confidence in God just grew and grew."
From the Editors
True ancestry and heredity
Joy Bove Lurken
Simple truth—effective healing
Thomas Lee Zynda
What stopped me (from suicide)?
Judith Hardy Olson
The healing of scars
Destroy fear first
Muriel Alma Nagle
LETTERS to the PRESS— and other articles
Gratitude—enriching our lives with grace and impelling action
William E. Moody
Popping the balloon of error
Sandra L. LeCompte Scott
This testimony is long overdue. After reading many testimonies...
Jeanette Lopes with contributions from Gulu Sam Thanawala
In the summer of 1981 I experienced much pain from my...
We were visiting my sister in Montana
Lilly Thompson with contributions from Camilla C. Thompson