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"What wonderful things we discover when accepting only that which is good about others."
So delighted to read your item "What would Jesus do?" in the May 18 issue and to learn of the "WWJD" bracelets. Many years ago I found Charles Sheldon's book "In His Steps," published in Topeka, Kansas, in 1897. The flyleaf of my copy bears a signature dated 1899. The stories of what happened to those who accepted the challenge to base all their actions on what they thought Jesus would do are most inspiring. One of those individuals was editor of the local newspaper, who, despite some strong public protest, showed great moral courage in excluding from his paper items that, from a Christian viewpoint, he considered questionable.
Ronald WalkerMaroochydore, Queensland Australia
To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Ronald Walker, Nancy Mawhinney, The Editors
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