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I want to say thank you for two side-by-side articles in the February 4 Sentinel: Lynne Cook’s “Peace as a river,” and Maggie Thomas’s “ ‘Under the shadow of the Almighty.
I could trust I would have all the good I needed every moment.

Protected by the Shepherd

As I stood there I suddenly realized I needed to include the intruders in my prayers.

Right side up and free!

Consistently guarding our thought from contaminating suggestions takes alertness and
conscious effort.
“Movement needn’t be affected by age.” —Honor Hill

Sparing the wildflowers

When love fills my heart and mind, I can see loveliness all around.
Spiritual Lens

State of being

In Him we live.
In the Christian Science Bible Lesson

Called to see God's perfection

This week’s Christian Science Bible Lesson, titled “Man,” reminds us of our perfection as God-created men and women, and shows us how to look for that perfection in each other.
Sentinel Watch
Animal rights organizations tell us that many domestic animals around the world live in deplorable conditions—often neglected, deprived of food and shelter, and, worst of all, physically abused.
One night, last year, I couldn’t fall asleep because my tummy was bothering me when I went to bed.
When we were visiting my grandmother in Delaware, we went to see a big ship, like a pirate ship, called the Kalmar Nyckel.
Testimony of Healing

Racer bounces back after accident

I have been an endurance athlete for more than 30 years, running and biking, often at world-class level in races, especially duathlons.
Testimony of Healing

Healed after a chemical burn

This past spring, during my sophomore year of high school, I had an opportunity to put Christian Science into practice in a way that I never had before.
From the Editors
The most stable path is to allow the one omnipresent God to be at the center of all our days.

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