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STICK with GOD
I USED TO BE AFRAID THAT IF I DREW ON THE SPIRITUAL TRUTHS that I'd been learning in Sunday School, I'd find them faltering, and that they might even let me down. When other people prayed for me, their prayers worked, but my own prayers weren't always effective.
Still, I realized that if I wanted to demonstrate God's power in my life, I had to actually start using what I was learning. Maybe I was waiting for some super-inspired feeling, some kind of elation that I thought was supposed to come with healing. But my Sunday School teacher told us that you don't have to have that feeling in order to heal. You just need to keep holding on to Truth, to God. To me, holding on to Truth means maintaining that we are good and we express all the qualities that God has, even when we seem to be lacking.
For example, if someone feels insecure, I can know that that person is complete and has everything he or she needs from God, has no need to hurt others, and would not want to, either.
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Verona lives in the city of Winnipeg, in Manitoba, Canada.
with contributions from GLORIA J. ROBINSON, CATHY EOGE, JOHN PATTERSON, MERRILEE NELSON, DOROTHY M. SMITH
Time out for prayer
SUZANNE SMEDLEY, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Joyce Howard Price, Kristen Tagami
BY MARGARET ROGERS
'HOW DO YOU PRAY FOR YOURSELF DAILY?'
with contributions from CALI MCCLURE, RUSS GERBER, ROBIN WEILAND, LOUIS BENJAMIN, HAZEL JONES, CAROL RULLMAN, KLAUS-HENDRIK HERR
On praying daily
MARY BAKER EDDY
STICK with GOD
BY VERONA T. GARCIA
IS WHAT YOU SEE REALLY WHAT YOU GET?
BY SUSAN ELS
NO LIMITS/INFINITE POSSIBILITIES
BY ANN STEWART
'INCLUDE EVERYONE, EVERYWHERE'
SAILBOAT RACING—THE GREAT EQUALIZER
MUSIC ON TAP
FREED FROM DEPRESSION
FREEDOM FROM BACK PAIN AND WALKING DIFFICULTY
'FEELING GOD'S LOVE HEALED ME'
ELIZABETH I. CAHOON-JACKSON