Voting—and giving voice to God

Hardly a day goes by these days that somewhere in the world elections, or changes in government, aren't front and center in the news.

Staff discussions here have resounded with the question of how the Sentinel can effectively respond. Undergirding our discussions is the conviction that prayer is powerful in bringing wisdom to voting and governmental decision-making. Because it evokes the power of God, prayer gentles human opinions. It transcends speculation and emotionalism. It rests us on a solid acceptance and faith in "God's disposal of events" (The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, by Mary Baker Eddy,p. 281).

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