LIFE-AFFIRMING IDEAS

"Life is your best friend." That's a sentence from the Sentinel Radio interview with Michael Pabst that's featured in this week's cover section. It played a role in restoring health to someone who'd asked for Michael's help through prayer—someone who'd all but given up and was ready to die (see p. 14).

Despite the power behind that statement, it's not always congruent with popular opinion. Death, instead of life, is frequently portrayed as being a comfortable way out, even a very seductive proposition to give our consent to. And yet, the Apostle Paul characterized death as "an enemy" to be "destroyed" (see I Cor. 15:26).

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