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There's more to that person next door than meets the eye.
Although most people would admit that love for one's neighbors contributes to peace and order in society, the actual doing of that—really loving him or her or them—isn't always easy.
Take my friends Gordon and Whitney. Shortly after their next-door neighbor had moved in, he cut down a favorite old tree that they thought was on their common property line. Whitney was devastated when she returned from work one evening and saw the raw stump. She cried for hours.
Whitney wanted to confront this "lumber-jack" before he cut down any more trees. She wanted their conversation to be productive, though, and not blow up into accusations and anger.
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To Our Readers
Mary Metzner Trammell
with contributions from Candace Lynch, Alice Jean Small, Mary Allyene McKinley
items of interest
with contributions from Sara Terry, Jessica Cohen, Richard Vara, Barbara Hoover, Anita Mathias, Angie Cannon, Carolyn Kleiner
By Sandra M. Justad
GOD'S LOVE OUTSHINES HARD FEELINGS
No gaps in God's Love
By Ronald Gray Walker
Facing demands? Giving thanks can help
By Holly Hughes
God's guidance—constant, certain, complete
By Nancy Humphrey Case
LISTENING TO GOD
Pamela Sperry Thorndike
By Kim Shippey
whitney woodruff moody
Let your talents
Edwin G. Leever
TO SHARE FRIENDSHIP
Loss of hearing healed
William F. Seegert
Faithfulness to the Commandments eliminates back pain
A. Belle Anderson
Two quick spiritual healings
Can your prayer heal someone else?
By Curtis J. Wahlberg
An appointment with God
"Giving does not impoverish ..."
Heloísa Gelber Rivas