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Can't sleep? Instead of just lying look for a light in the darkness.
For several years, while I was praying for healing of debilitating asthma, I found myself awake night after night. Seldom did I have a normal rest.
The night began to represent fear, loneliness, mental darkness, and general unease. At first, I spent those long restless hours trying to get comfortable, hoping I could have at least a little sleep before morning, when my young children would wake up.
Sometimes I thought I'd never have a normal night again. A return to health seemed completely out of reach.
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To Our Readers
with contributions from Sandi Justad, William van Zyverden, Sally E. Allan
items of interest
with contributions from Ron Csillag, Clark Strand
Choose to live
By Ruth Elizabeth Jenks
A quest for freedom of expression
Using the Web—without being used by it
By Michelle Boccanfuso
SELF-CENSORING OUR WEB PRIVILEGES
Priscilla del Castillo
By Rebecca Odegaard
What greater gift?
By Barbara Beth Whitewater
Giving YOU for Christmas
By Bea Roegge
What's in a name? Lots!
By Diane Wexler Hayden
Prayer heals injuries
Charlene M. Tunnell
Rash fades away
Sarah Virginia Matusek
No scars remained
Leo C. Rogers
Pneumonia quickly cured
Rosana Pereira de Castro, Saul Pereira de Castro
By Robert A. Johnson
When winning is the only thing