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FREEDOM FROM OBSESSIVE SEXUAL THOUGHTS
For the past few years, I've spent a lot of time soul-searching and praying about how to be a better healer. And an honest willingness to purify my own thought helped me uncover and correct something that had been affecting me for decades.
One morning as I prayed, I really felt ready to open my heart to God. I felt like nothing would get in the way of this deep desire to purify myself and my view of man so that I could follow in Jesus' footsteps and heal as he did. And something amazing happened. I guess it was finally time to think about an issue I'd pushed to the back of my mind.
It was something that I wasn't proud of, and it was hard to muster the courage or initiative to pray about it. Besides, it had become a habit and was tempting to just indulge.
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with contributions from HEIDI SKOK, SUSAN S. COLLINS, LAURA K. FISHER, JOHN HOLLAND, LOUISE A. THORNTON
DIVINE LAW DEFANGS VIOLENCE
JEFF WARD-BAILEY, STAFF EDITOR
ITEMS OF INTEREST
with contributions from Richard Cimino
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FULL OF SINGING
I NEEDED SOME SOLID ANSWERS
A SABBATH DAY MOMENT
BY JACK LINDSEY
Game on, fear off
BY BRAD WARRICK
IN THE FACE OF VIOLENCE, BUILD ON A MODEL OF LOVE
BY JOHN TYLER
PEACE AND HEALING AFTER AN ATTACK
BY DEB EASTWOOD
I REFUSED TO SEE A CRIMINAL
BY CAROL G. SOLOMON
Safe at school—and everywhere
BY ROBERT STORM
GOD'S COUNSEL AT CAMP
BY MAIJA BALDAUF
BY MADORA KIBBE
HEALED OF RINGWORM
FORGIVENESS BRINGS HARMONY AND HEALING
LYNNE BUCKLEY-QUIRK with contributions from MEGHAN QUIRK
KIDNEY DISEASE AND CATARACT HEALED
M. RUTH PRETORIUS