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As You Page through this week's Sentinel, you'll see it has a little different look to it.
Letters

letters

Thank you so much for the Sentinel, particularly the issue dated February 17 ["The art of healing"].
items of interest

items of interest

The love of one's country is a splendid thing.
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With the war in Iraq intensifying and global tensions increasing as we prepared this issue, our staff recognized the need for a heightened state of prayer.
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Blessings of peace

In praying for world peace, I find myself frequently turning to these words of Jesus in his Sermon on the Mount: "Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them which despitefully use you".
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An unstoppable prayer

No matter how world or personal events have stirred and shaped my views, I will pray to You, O God, the source of all good, who blesses all humanity.
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United in prayer

When evil feels big and dominant, it's sometimes hard to know how to begin praying.
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Insights on prayer for a world

In 1983, I was a new reader of the Bible and Science and Health, studying international relations and Latin American history in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Peace through reconciliation

Two years ago I attended a luncheon at a World Council of Churches meeting held in Nashville, Tennessee.
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Calm during the storm

The shrieking winds and gray, foreboding skies painted a vivid and accurate picture of my inner mental turmoil that stormy winter day.
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Becoming an instrument for peace

There was a song I loved to sing when I was in school.
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The peace of God

One of the requirements of members of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, given in the Church Manual reads in part: "It shall be the duty of every member of this Church to defend himself daily against aggressive mental suggestion.
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To my world family

I need to talk with you and share what's giving me some peace after the anguish that has been shadowing these past weeks.
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Persistent love melts resentment

Is it so hard to love someone who hates and rejects you because you are different?
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The love that does not take sides

In recent weeks, it has been difficult not to take sides on war and peace.
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My prayers for peace

Infinite One, may we lay down our swords, pick up Your Word, and learn of a better way to fight.
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Under fire and praying for life

How do you cope with the tragic news of death caused by war?
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Peace by peace

Do you know peace?
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The comforting power of Love

The day following the tragedy of a high-school shooting near my home in southern California, many from the community and beyond gathered at a community church that had graciously opened its doors as a crisis center.
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And in the midst of turmoil, peace

In Your hands are the very hairs of my head.
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Love subdues anger and brings peace

Anger is often taken lightly as an individual character trait.
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Dear neighbor, I love you.
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Three questions—and a battle plan for peace

In my prayers concerning world conflict, I've been asking three fundamental questions from which helpful insights have been emerging.
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Real peace is permanent

My daily prayers start each morning at 3:00 a.
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The safety of home

"In God have I put my trust: I will not be afraid what man can do unto me".
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A good highway to take

Taking a trip soon?
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Peace versus war

Beyond the clash and splashOf angry human will,God's holy law demandsA "Peace, still!"
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The struggle for peace begins at home

Right where they live, work, and walk, people are looking for peace.
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Editorial

Certainly a force that can move mountains can also stop wars, arrest hostilities, break through walls of hatred, and bring peace and justice to the world.

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