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"With every tear she realized that the truth shared in the Sentinel was provable and what she had always been seeking."

When I shared one issue of the Sentinel, my neighbor read it three times, trying to grasp the truth that she was growing to understand. She had been very ill for four weeks and was under medical care. She said she wanted to talk to me. With every tear she realized that the truth shared in the Sentinel was provable and what she had always been seeking. Within two hours she took a shower and dressed. She was reading Science and Health and had questions. Earlier when I had talked to her, she was not even able to sit up. She didn't reach God. She had given up all hope for recovery. Now she is thinking of sharing Science and Health with her minister. She loves her church and wants it to embrace this Christ, Truth.

She clung to the Sentinel as if it were the last hope. She took no medicine since that day. Two days later she was already telling her children how they would all change the way they thought of themselves, not being afraid of becoming sick anymore, for there is a living God.

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