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To Our Readers
The hamster's name was Nibbles, because of his habit of nibbling the hand that fed him. Eventually my daughter's new pet became accustomed to his surroundings, and he didn't seem to mind when any of us reached into the cage to feed or to pet him.
But one moring we found Nibbles in pretty sad shape, nearly lifeless. The folks at the pet store said there wasn't much we could do if something like this happened. Still, our family decided this was a good opportunity to pray for Nibbles, and so we did.
A day later, nothing much had changed. The following day, same gloomy picture. I couldn't figure out why, having seen prayer heal so many things in our family, there was no improvement in Nibbles. Then, a family member walked by, saw my troubled look, and said, "Don't give up."
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To Our Readers
with contributions from Jane Monday, Russell Scott Whittaker
items of interest
with contributions from Walter Kistler, Bruce Felton, George Gilder
Because Life loves you
By Channing Walker
What I learned from the cows
By Rebecca Harder
Take another look
By Janet Ivcich Hegarty
Is good to be expected?
By Peggy Gordon
A game that made a difference
By Jayne W. Rattman
The night I stopped thinking about suicide
By Chestnut P. Booth
Myrtle Tosh Drake
Race like the wind? Go right ahead
Name removed by request
Christian Science heals severe burn
Marion Jean Froats Byram
Child's earache healed
Barbara Lyman Cruden
Complete healing following a fall
Ann F. Searles Cummings
Prayer heals injured thumb
Government's missteps and right steps — what is our part?
By Alessandra P. Colombini
To the class of 2000: Love is why you're here