I am one of those readers who often sees letters to the Editor and is somewhat wary when someone writes about how every article in an issue helped them. Well—here I am. :)

I spent some time this morning with the beautiful Christian Science Bible Lesson on Soul, but I felt as if I were reading it through a murky haze. When I finished, I picked up the February 3, 2014, Sentinel. The first article, “Ending the blame game” by Jill Gooding, immediately started speaking to me. I totally related to it, thinking of someone I had been blaming for something. When Jill connected blaming with the “adder in the path,” I thought, “Oh!! Now I get it!!” I greatly appreciate the way she illustrated how we miss the whole point when we blame someone else for something. She explained that it isn’t the person—it’s the belief of life in matter that is the culprit, and that is what we need to pray about.

Prayer for the rising generation
March 24, 2014

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