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Not too long ago, The New York Times printed a front-page article...
Not too long ago, The New York Times printed a front-page article with the headline "For more and more Job Seekers, An Aging Parent is a Big Factor." This is just one facet of the public attention being given to aging and to the challenges that are believed to be associated with it.
But do advancing years necessarily include decline, decay, and sickness? A glance through the pages of the Old Testament in the Bible shows vigorous people who lived well beyond what is considered a normal lifespan, primarily because they had developed a deep and abiding closeness to God. This relation is one that all of us have, and we can discover it right now—whether we're sixteen or sixty.
Health maintenance in retirement years
Free from the limitations of age
Russ Gerber with contributions from David C. Driver
The day of Spirit
David L. Horn
"How old are you?"
Joyce K. Marin
Ellen Moore Thompson
Sometimes we take ourselves too seriously
Full of trouble?
God's kingdom at hand
Joan Sieber Ware
Deadlock? Not in divine Mind
Barbara M. Vining
The right and the wrong image
Michael A. Seek
Throughout my life I had had many physical healings by relying...
Brandon D. Jones
One day, a few weeks before our first baby was born, I was...
Elizabeth L. Burum
I would like to express my gratitude for the healing truths expressed...