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Kudos to you for the November 4 issue on the economy! If I were a newcomer to Christian Science, that issue would truly help me to learn what Christian Science is, and how it heals.
Each and every article and testimony was written with love and keen spiritual insight, in the language of Christian Science, but with attention to the needs of a newcomer wanting to learn about Christian Science and/or to know how to pray about supply, security, or health.
This issue expressed the kind of "watching" that I believe Mary Baker Eddy had in mind when she named this magazine Sentinel—"to hold guard over Truth, Life, and Love," and attached to it the words of Jesus, "What I say unto you, I say unto all—WATCH." This kind of watching is not observing the world to note all the good, spiritual things that are happening. The "Items of Interest" section is an excellent and appropriate place for the "observation" kind of watching. The kind of watching that I believe Mrs. Eddy had in mind for the Sentinel is to identify trends of thought in our world today that need our healing prayer, and to give us ideas on how to pray effectively.
Abuse—in the workplace and elsewhere
with contributions from Kate Lazarus, Claire Shillito, Betty Gillis, Anne Jesper
items of interest
with contributions from Swati Chopra, Penelope McCain, Diana L. Eck
When you are falsely accused
By James W. Higgins
I finally knew my REAL dad
By Ginny Luedeman
WHEN WORK BECAME A BATTLEGROUND
To face terror with prayer
By Elise L. Moore
PEACE in times of family turmoil
By Annette Bridges
Comfort welcomed for abused horses
By Susan Clay
Not just a survivor—but victorious
By Cindy Neely
Prayer protects family from violent abuse
Sharon Vincz Andrews
Healing of bursitis
Silmara Rangel Galhardo