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While I was out for a walk, a dog ran up, barking right at my heels. I felt fear sweep over me. Then I looked down and immediately recognized the dog. He belonged to my neighbor's child and was not vicious. He just barked at everyone who walked by! The fear disappeared as quickly as it had come. Factual human reasoning—knowing what is true and why—had destroyed it.
But what about fear of death, pain, disability, failure, and other human miseries? Human reason tells us these are things to be feared. Here, too, consciousness of the facts dispels the fear. What facts? The spiritual facts.
Helen Tucker Parnell
What doesn't change?
Joan Sieber Ware
my ever psalm
Fatherhood—enlisting the help of angels
William M. Fabian
with contributions from Reed Cooper, Jason Ryan Frasier, La Veda Frasier, John B. Frasier
Trafficking in truth
Nancy Weckler Bachmann
The torch of spiritual understanding
Margaret Coleman Brown Poyser
A QUESTIONS & ANSWERS EXCHANGE
clergywoman with contributions from reader
"Our spiritual health"
by Kim Shippey
Dorothy Bowen Fynn
The environment—fragmented or whole?
William E. Moody
Recently I was reminded of a healing that took place a number...
Lois Sauer Degler
I recently came across a collection of notes that I had made...
David W. Miller
One evening last fall I turned on the television to listen to the...
Rita Hayes Hornbeak