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"Thank you for the constant flow of spiritual gifts."
"Dreaming of something for nothing?" (January 24) includes the account of the man Jesus healed by the pool of Bethesda, and the interpretation of it is one that is widely accepted. May I share an insight that I had when I was very troubled over an illness of one of my children? This account was in the Christian Science Quarterly Weekly Bible Lesson that week, and I was drawn to it rather against my will, but as I read it over and over; finally the words "while I am coming" (John 5:7) inspired me to rethink my reaction. Suddenly I saw a lesson in persistence. True, this man thought the waters would heal him. But he continued to try to find his healing, and when Jesus came to him, perhaps he finally recognized the Christ and could be healed.
Donna S. Knuth
North Port, Florida
I find no words to tell how marvelous the essay "The moment of the millennium" is (January 24). It teaches precious ways to find joy and happiness—in fact, to find God—now, and preparing for this new millennium. I have made some copies so that others will be able to read it.
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To Our Readers
William E. Moody
with contributions from Donna S. Knuth, Virginie Milfort, Wendy de la Harpe
items of interest
with contributions from Gail Russell Chaddock, Randy Peyser, Mark Noll
What might have been
By Channing Walker
Are the two of you a good fit?
By Lorita B. Williams
"The future of medicine-and the medicine of the future"
Virginia S. Harris
You are not Eve's descendant
By Patricia del Castillo
God's line is never busy
By Laurie Toupin
... and this woman's beat goes on
By Marylou Churchill
Study hall: a place to PRAY
By Joan Sieber Ware
Prayer heals severe pain and weakness
Unjust arrest reversed; high fever healed
Mark Dimu Ngeri
Child turns to God and is healed
Jeffrey Ball with contributions from Pamela Ball
A lifetime of healing
Alice Manger Hofstetter
How well do you know your neighbor?
By Jan Kassahn Keeler
Marietta G. Lyon
Progress for women—without anger
Mary Metzner Trammell