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"A few years ago ... the prejudices I had been entertaining concerning men and women fell from me."
When I read Marilyn Jones's article, I smiled (see the "Spiritual Journeys" column in the March 2, 1998, issue). For years, I wrestled as she did concerning titles and perceived inequities. I, too, considered myself a feminist. Then, a few years ago, I experienced a wonderful healing of a long-standing problem. As I repented (re-thought) and reformed (re-formed my life) in relation to the healing, the prejudices I had been entertaining concerning men and women fell from me. It was instantaneous! I saw one man, God's man, infinitely and individually expressed.
Titles no longer cause any reaction in me. And I don't label myself (e.g., feminist) or others anymore.
To Our Readers
with contributions from Suzy Seibert, Sara Gallant, Ashley Worthington
items of interest
with contributions from Suze Orman, Rosalie Dunbar, Jay Walljasper
Breaking the genetic code
By Nathan A. Talbot
A reaction to anger like no other
By Christine Carroll Kaehn
A CHRISTLIKE LIFE
"A Heart to Know God"
Report and photographs By Kim Shippey
Safe when we hear and heed God's direction
By Lynn Gray Jackson
FOLLOWING GOD'S GUIDANCE GETS RESULTS
Robert J. Rowan
Watch out for intruders
By Jason Sheppard Greer
Jacob and Joseph—divided family members reunite
By Patricia del Castillo
Effects of poisonous spider bite healed
Mary Allyene McKinley
Sore throat cured
Harriet S. Impey
From hypochondria to peace of mind
Yu-Tang Daniel Lew
Extreme fear overcome
Your nest is not empty
By Joan Sieber Ware
What's your IQ? Does it really matter?
William E. Moody