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from the Editors
Earlier this year, there was a newspaper column with the headline "The only thing we have to fear is ... television?" (The Boston Globe, May 6, 1993). Considering what so often appears on television screens, the writer noted: "This daily onslaught of violent images is creating fear beyond a reasonable level."
Not just television but all the media can make us forget there is an antidote to fear. An antidote nullifies or neutralizes. What is this antidote? How do we employ it? We think you'll find some helpful answers in the following articles.
The author of the first article in this week's Sentinel describes how, through prayer, she was freed from alcohol abuse and an eating disorder. She, too, faced "a daily onslaught" of negative images, but the outcome of her prayer shows how the mental environment can be controlled by God and result in blessings for each of us.
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from the Editors
God's love heals and satisfies
Edith H. Seymour
"I will not lie with thee"
Susan Schueler Bradway
The movies—sorting things out
with contributions from David Sterritt
Who is influencing whom?
FROM HAND TO HAND
Pursued by hatred?
Arresting violent thoughts
Matt and God's army of angels
Stephanie S. Johnson
"Health is not a condition of matter, but of Mind; nor can...
Janice Wood Dundore
I used to be part of an active drama group—we entertained...
Edith Ann Benjamin Washington
One day a financial broker notified me that certain bonds...
Harold R. Prowell