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WELCOME

To Our Readers

You may be wondering why, on our cover, we would ask Whatever happened to mercy?
Letters

YOUR LETTERS

Kudos for the wonderful article by Laura Matthews entitled "Homosexuality—how do I respond?
items of interest

items of interest

Emily Lorence of First United Methodist in Belmont [,North Carolina,] spent a sweaty week repairing old folks' roofs in Copley, Ohio.
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Justice and mercy

Too often justice and mercy are thought to be opposites, even mutually exclusive. Yet they're actually complementary aspects of God's law and love at work in your life.
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Throughout his criminal trial, the defendant's deadly stare never varied.
Article

What do you look for in a soul mate?

The search for companionship needn't end in disappointment. In fact, the answer to all we seek is guaranteed—by God.
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Red tape? No way out?

This family's trip overseas was nearly ruined, until prayer opened the way to a resolution.
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I was tired of being angry at work

Learn how stress gave way to joy once the author turned wholeheartedly to God for help.
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Worry-free about the future

If worries loom large on your horizon, you'll appreciate this approach to a more confident outlook on the future.
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Upon graduating from college with a major in business administration, I was one of the few who managed to find a position during the great Depression in the 1930s.
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Straight talk on parenting
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An interview with Colonel Chaplain Janet Horton, the first woman to hold this rank in the United States Army.
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Chaplain Horton, who is based at present in Heidelberg, Germany, shares her thoughts on a variety of subjects in a daily bulletin that is faxed and e-mailed from her office to soldiers on duty in Germany, Hungary, and Bosnia.
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Being a good sport

Insights on sports from a football player, a gymnast, and a cocaptain of a volleyball team.
Poem

Love's armor

I'm putting on the armorOf love that makes me freeFrom discord, hate, and griefFor all eternity.
Letters

Dear Sentinel

I want to tell you about a time when I learned something in Sunday School and used it that very afternoon in my gymnastics competition.
Testimony of Healing

I became utterly convinced that God is All-in-all.

Testimony of Healing

The pain was completely gone from my shoulder; I was using my arm freely.

Testimony of Healing

I can see now that the problem gave me a wonderful opportunity to cherish spiritual healing more.

Testimony of Healing

A flood of gratitude welled up within me as I thought of how each need had been met in such a tender, loving, way.

Article

Are prayers always answered?

In solving any problem, is it better to start with a wrong answer or the right one?

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Q A

Who is Mary Baker Eddy?
Editorial

People naturally want to do right, to be honest and unselfish.

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