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A TIME TO DANCE
Persistent prayers—the author's own and those of a Christian Science practitioner—eventually broke the hold of a debilitating illness.
THERE ARE TIMES when life's messiness is manageable. For instance, during a project in our home, construction work made things very messy, but I could see that in the end the results were going to be beautiful. I also could see that the process was necessary to accomplish our goal, and the bumps along the way didn't have to be discouraging. So I wasn't tempted to give up, or be disappointed at how terrible everything looked. Nor did I have to be upset or angry with "the mess." I could focus on what I knew would be a good result.
About the author
Dianne Jarrette lives in Grass Valley, California.
with contributions from BRENDA DEPERSICO, LYNN W. SMITH, DIANE WARD
The engine could, and so can you
PATRICIA KADICK, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Kimberly Blair, Marc Schogol, Joel Bewley, Kera Ritter
THINK ABOUT DANIEL
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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON HEALING DISCOURAGEMENT
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A TIME TO DANCE
By Dianne Jarrette
THE BEGINNING OF A NEW BEGINNING
By Mary Trammell
A FAMILY'S JOURNEY WITH GOD
By John Hoyle
GOOD DECISIONS RIGHT NOW
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TURN OFF THE 'EVENING NEWS BLUES'
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'TO-DAY IS BIG WITH BLESSINGS'
'WHAT MANNER OF LOVE'
DISASTER PLANNING VS. BEING PREPARED
INTENSE HEADACHES OVERCOME THROUGH PRAYER
SEEING THROUGH THE PAIN TO GOD'S ALLNESS
GOD SENT HIS ANGELS