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ITEMS OF INTEREST
"WHEN OUR SPIRITS need help or healing, we often look right past the simple and certain remedies. Prayer and daily Bible reading reorient us to see life through God's eyes, and not our own. I cringe when I hear someone lament: 'I guess all we can do now is pray!'
"Prayer is always the first and best response to any difficulty or challenge, no matter how severe.
"So often we think of prayer as talking to God. That's only half true. Prayer also is a means for us to hear from God Himself. Through prayer, God redirects our thoughts and administers assurance and guidance. Through the prophet Jeremiah, God told His people, 'Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things which you do not know' (Jeremiah 33:3—NKJV). What an amazing promise. When we cry out to God in prayer, He reveals more of Himself and His ways to us.
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Steve Massey, Richard N. Ostling
Giving evidence of God's presence
By Margaret Rogers
The healing mission of the Christian Science nurse
with contributions from EVA BOONE HUSSEY, LINDA BUMPUS, ROBIN TAMM-BUCKLE, DANIEL ABBEY
Why I am a Christian Science nurse
with contributions from Heather Worley, Michael Narssia, Suzanne Lovins, Pedro Manzenza, Everlyn Nyadenya, Joy Meikle, Betty Jo Hunt
She was there for me
Jan Kassahn Keeler
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE NURSING—A CURATIVE ART
A BOOK WITHOUT COVERS
THE LITTLE I AND THE BIG UNIVERSE OF AUTOMATION
PRAYER WINS FREEDOM FROM A DEBILITATING ILLNESS