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Many people are willing to acknowledge the value of prayer in providing...
Many people are willing to acknowledge the value of prayer in providing comfort for those afflicted with long-term sickness or incurable disease. But does prayer have a place for those who want full healing? In this week's issue you'll discover how three people faced with very different physical challenges were totally healed. One individual overcame Crohn's disease, which is considered incurable.
What about debilitating mental conditions? In "Spiritual vision, the way to freedom," you'll learn of a woman's longing to break out of a narrow, limiting environment and how that desire was satisfied. "A healing answer to alcoholism" is explored in another piece. The realization that God doesn't give us conflicting ideas provided the author of "Some lessons in healing conflict" a lifelong insight that has helped others.
Courage to stand when healing comes slowly
Mary Metzner Trammell
"Never doubt for a minute"
Linda Drummond with contributions from Rita Polatin
Moment of realization
Bernice Holly Higgins
Spiritual vision, the way to freedom
Helen W. Eckel
A healing answer to alcoholism
R. David Robert
The calm focus of Mind
Carol Rockhold Miller
Some lessons in healing conflict
Barbara L. Kelly
Supporting the welfare of all young people
Janet Helen Finlayson
Material stimulation or the joy of spiritual sense?
Fujiko T. Signs
Clay G. Simons
When I woke up in the middle of the night, I did not know where...
Jane Muffitt Basil
I was just learning to ride my bike
Tyler Collins with contributions from Nancy Earl Collins
My first healing in Christian Science both astonished and...
Alisa Marie Gooch
My family has experienced so many healings over the years!...
Sarah Olson Ware
with contributions from Joel Magnes, Don Woodall, John Hay Scott, Philip Noone