The “Frustration foiledSentinel (December 2, 2013) really hit the mark. Thanks to Channing Walker for unraveling and reversing the frustration that technology can present. In spite of preventative software, my husband’s files were encrypted last week, and then he was sent a ransom note! But prayerful intelligence prevailed, and his information technology guy has resolved the issue. What cannot God do?

Leslee Allen
Newport Beach, California, US

I love the fact that “the more you know yourself as God knows you, the more misperceptions of you wither” (“The un-invisible man,” Sentinel, December 2, 2013). I appreciate the encouragement and the reminder that the practice of striving to see others as God sees them helps diminish misperceptions of them—and what blesses another blesses us, too. Can we be reminded too often that our primary purpose for existing is to demonstrate God’s flawless perception of all that’s real? Seeing as God sees is decisive for good in solving every problem. Thank you for another stimulating editorial. I look forward to every new one!

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