Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
Reading the very first sentence of the article by Heather Hayward " 'This is my work!' " in the March 29 issue about Easter, reminded me, first, that my earlier life, in the absence of Christian Science, was certainly not an example of one's highest potential. How wonderfully she described her responses to experiences. It is only spiritual love and all its aspects that afforded her, or anyone who is Scientifically alert, to respond intelligently to issues throughout one's life span. Additionally, I am grateful for increasing measures of spiritual understanding, the very principles of Christian Science, by which I can now participate in life effectively.
The article also points out how a spiritual healing can be the source of gratitude and inspiration. As Heather Hayward shared the many ways in which God blessed her life, and how she went on to make healing her work, I also, by being recently healed and in receipt of many blessings, am now planning to make healing my work.
GREAT NECK, NEW YORK, US
Enjoy 1 free Sentinel article or audio program each month, including content from 1898 to today.
with contributions from PETER MARK, ELLEN C. ALLEN, CATHRYN RATHSAM, DOUGLAS C. LEECH
INGRID PESCHKE, MANAGING EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Natalia Makarova, Ron Cassie
CLAIM THE REAL PRIZE
THE ENTREPRENEUR—AND GETTING TO KNOW MARY BAKER EDDY
BY ERIC GEORGATOS
SLIP SLIDIN' ON THE SOCCER FIELD
BY ABI CARPER
Lessons on staying in the moment
BY KERSTYN BATTENBERG
NO GREATER JOY
PRAYER THAT CALMS COMPLAINT
BY BARBARA FIFE
A DRAMA-FREE ME
BY ELLEN AHEARN
QUESTION OF THE WEEK
with contributions from Carole, Dave, Phil, Patricia, Suzy, Penny
WHEN I 'PUT ON THE ARMOUR OF LIGHT'
A MOMENT BY THE SEINE
PAINFUL RASH HEALED
INJURED THUMB HEALED
PRAYER BRINGS QUICK HEALINGS
CHARLENE ANNE MILLER