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To Our Readers
I HAVEN'T RIDDEN a rollercoaster in years—that is, until the 1998 economy rolled into the station. With just a few weeks remaining in the year, market watchers throughout the world are preparing their annual analyses of overall gains and losses. They'll be tracking the many high and low points over the past twelve months, noting what went right or wrong, and probably who were the big winners and losers.
Ah, yes, winners and losers. Wouldn't it be nice to have a loser-proof economy? Everyone wins. No Surprise downturns. No sluggishness. Just steady growth.
Because of the way things operate in today's global marketplace, most people would say that's a dream. But in the marketplace of ideas, no one has to be a loser. That's the point that John Adams explores in our Cover Story. Instead of the usual dollars-and-cents approach to the subject, he takes a serious look at the spiritual resources available to all of us. Adams says, "The acknowledgment of God as the source of all good is a first step in discovering a permanent solution to one's problems."
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
To Our Readers
with contributions from Elise L. Moore, Phyllis F. Milloy
items of interest
with contributions from George Gilder, Pythia Peay
God's economy: no risks no downturns
By John Quincy Adams III
How I found the perfect job
By Carole Cooper
Let's return to the manger
By Diana Davis Butler
Healed, through prayer and fasting
By Donna P. Tsarnas
Through the eyes of faith
If love is not returned
By Barbara Beth Whitewater
Polishing rough diamonds in Oklahoma
By Kim Shippey
I feel free!
Joan Sieber Ware
Recovery from effects of a fall
Dorothy C. Rhea
Children healed through prayer
Amy Phillips Winderl with contributions from Wendy West
Pain and lumps in breast eliminated
Milly Lou Grove
Prayer heals painful rash and injured wrist
Gertrude E. Myhre
Sailing forward from an abusive past
Written for the Sentinel
"... Love alone is Life"*
Gloria Donna Onyuru
What changes and what doesn't
William E. Moody