LETTERS

When I donated a Sentinel subscription to our public library last year, I knew its healing articles could help its readers to find answers, to bring healing. I also knew it would be displayed in the study area next to The Christian Science Monitor.

Recently, I received a call inquiring about our Christian Science Reading Room hours. Because it happened to be closed, I told the caller that the Sentinel and the Monitor were available for study at the library. A few days later, I received a follow-up call informing me that it was a delightful library experience for the person and that the Sentinel articles were just what were needed.

I follow up my gift by going once a week to the library to read the Sentinel and the Monitor, supporting them with prayer. I meet so many lovely people. One woman, whom I sensed was homeless, wanted the Sentinel that met her need. I told her it could not be taken, but to meet me tomorrow and I would have one for her. She did!

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