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Last night we got together with our son and his son for a nice dinner. We talked some about the news and how it can make us feel fearful and helpless to make things better. We all agreed that what we read and hear from friends and the media has to be taken with a grain of salt and prayed about in the light of Truth. A question popped up, "Should we take it all in or not listen at all?" Of course we agreed that neither action would be right.
This morning I picked up my August 10 Sentinel ["News alert—prayer alert"] and couldn't believe how relevant the article "News Alert = prayer alert," by Michelle Nanouche, was to what we talked about. She said, "I certainly don't want to ignore or hide from the issues of the day, but is it healthy to simply take in each news flash as if it were the final word? In my prayers for myself and the world, it's occurred to me that neither being an open receptacle for sensational reports nor completely ignoring the news is healthy." Then she listed some points that would help us all.
with contributions from ELEANOR CARTWRIGHT, TOM BIGGAR, JUNE AUSTIN
POWER TO BREAK FREE
MAIKE BYRD, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Becky Beane
To break the hold of addiction
BY ELISE L. MOORE
finding God—finding freedom
RITA POLITAN with contributions from PHILLIP MAUBANE
I gave up smoking—for good
BY GEORGIA BULLOCH
Putting a halt to drug trafficking
BY ROSALIE E. DUNBAR, NEWS EDITOR
BUSINESS PUZZLE? YOU CAN SOLVE IT!
BY CHARLENE ANNE MILLER
NO DOUBT ABOUT IT
'LOOK NOT AT THE THINGS WHICH ARE SEEN'
FOR THE GOOD OF THE TEAM
DEFENSE AGAINST HATE RADIO
HEALED OF ALCOHOLISM
ARNOLD "JUDGE" WYNECOOP with contributions from TINA WYNECOOP
QUICK HEALING OF BURNS AND PAIN
'GOD IS HERE'