Spiritual transformation = freedom

This week the Sentinel revisits a topic that concerns us all, and on which almost everyone seems to have clear—often bold—views: Freedom. Over the past ten years we've covered many aspects of freedom. And each time we've explored it in the light of this magazine's commitment to "report on the unlimited ways that the healing power and presence of the Christ activates, uplifts, and transforms the lives of everyday people around the world" (see above right).

We've worked to show that a genuine spiritual transformation needs to take place in order for people to express their inherent freedom. That God alone is the source of freedom. That freedom is everybody's birthright, and that it comes as we gain a more spiritual concept of ourselves and others. And that it's through prayer that humanity finds its true and natural condition of liberty—unscarred by tyranny of any kind, economic lack, fear, depression, sickness and pain, incarceration.

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