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Alieysia, Jade, and Isaac
Three children from a Christian Science Sunday School in Washington State share with the Sentinel how they’ve been healed through prayer.
One day at camp our tent was serving breakfast. All of a sudden I didn’t feel well. I went over to my auntie, who was the Christian Science practitioner at camp. She gave me a hug and started talking about how much God loves me. We got up and started walking to the “quiet house,” which was the little cabin where she was staying. There we could be alone for a little bit. Even though it was hard for me to walk, my auntie helped me and kept telling me the truth about God’s love for me. When we got to the “quiet house,” my auntie had me lie down on the couch. She covered me up with a blanket, but all of a sudden I felt like going back to breakfast. So we went back, and I ate a big pancake breakfast. I was fine.
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