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from the Editors
Several weeks ago we heard from a subscriber who has been praying for opportunities to do more to help the world. One afternoon, on her way home from work she saw a man standing at the side of the road with a cardboard sign that read, "Will work for food." She hadn't eaten her lunch and decided to give it to him, along with a copy of a Sentinel.
When she told one of her friends about this, the thought came—wouldn't it be great to make some sandwiches and pack them with a Sentinel and hand them out to other homeless people when there's a need? At the time of this writing, they had given away over 250 lunches and copies of the Sentinel. For both of these women, this has been a very moving experience.
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