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I recently received the February 20 Sentinel on "The selling of sickness." As I read, I thought how brave you were to tackle the seeming Goliath head on, and how grateful I was that you had.
The very next morning I read in Miscellaneous Writings 1883—1896, p. 213, Mrs. Eddy's words: "No risk is so stupendous as to neglect opportunities which God giveth, and not to forewarn and forearm our fellow-mortals against the evil which, if seen, can be destroyed." Right on, I thought, following her guidance.
with contributions from SYLVIA SAWITSKY, MURIEL MCKEAN, DONNA SUMMERHAYS, BARBARA BECHER TYLER, GEORGE KING
The natural power of innocence and might
PATRICIA KADICK, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Philip Yancey
meekness and healing
BY ALLISON PHINNEY
Meekness is not weakness
DILSHAD KHAMBATTA EAMES, SUSANNE SMITH
Their innocence taught me
BY MICHAEL CONNOLLY
TRADING POVERTY FOR PERFECTION, ONE LIFE AT A TIME
BY TONY LOBL
AT CLOSE OF DAY
Applying [gratitude] to college
BY CARLY JAYNE RULLMAN
a LIFE made NEW
BY PAT HICKEY
THREE STEPS AND A BOUNCE TO HEALING
IF SOMEONE DISAPPEARS
ALCOHOL ADDICTION HEALED
DANIEL OTIENO OKELLO
THE WORK OF HEALING IS GOD'S
TWO QUICK HEALINGS