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"The ideas presented in the Sentinel always give me key words to think on .... This way I have a deeper sense of how to deal with present world problems."
In the November 16 Sentinel, we printed a letter from a reader who had been beaten by soldiers when he took part in an anti-war demonstration years ago. He asked, "How are the innocent to respond?" We invited further comments, and here is one reply:
Like Elijah (I Kings, chap. 19), we can respond to God's call and come out of the cave to face and silence the turmoil of emotions that would break up our life. Feeling the strength and calm of the still, small voice of good, we will discover that a law of good is operating right now in our lives. Then, like Elijah, we can be freed from haunting images. God loves you too much to leave you sorrowing.
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