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For some months, I have been reading about the general election coming in October 2005 here in Tanzania. Unemployment, poverty, corruption, dishonesty, poor health services, disease, injustice, and poor education have been major issues in almost all the media coverage. Our efforts and prayers are to have a good government and good leaders.
The February 23 issue on the topic "What is good government?" gave me ideas to work with right away. The articles and healings in that issue helped me understand more clearly the universality of God's government and care of all humanity. I believe that a prayerful, persistent approach will be an effective means of finding solutions to problems.
More than just getting by
with contributions from Mussa Tongori, Laurel Marquart, Catherine S. Anderson, Robert Dulle
ITEMS of INTEREST
with contributions from Julie Chao, Sharon Linstedt, Nigel Scott, Sara Steffens
A conversation about PRAYER AND FINANCES
with contributions from Marilyn Jones, Ron Ballard, Mark Nelson, Margery Brown
Could God really help me pay the bills?
By Susan Self
God never let us down
By Dieter Goebel
Rescued from financial disaster
By David C. Anderson
Suddenly single and looking for work
By Linda Hitt
Church across the miles
By Sarah Brokensha
WOMEN'S RIGHTS Not just a Utopian idea
By Françoise Mianda
ETERNAL LIFE is not just a platitude
By Anne Early
The abundance that's invisible but very real
By Warren Bolon
Prayer stops pain and restores freedom of movement
Healed of eye condition
A 'calm, clear thought' brought healing