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Marilyn Baum’s article, “The unfolding comfort, care, and direction of Love,” in the February 2, 2015, Sentinel encouraged me to magnify some of the comfort and guidance that Christian Science has given me while passing through a similar experience of starting a new life after a long, happy marriage. Thanks to Marilyn for including so many comforting, leading-out-of-grief ideas.
I love how she started out with Mary Baker Eddy’s request to pray “mentally, meekly, and importunately” (Miscellaneous Writings 1883–1896, p. 127) for ourselves. Her deliverance from property problems was truly poetic, and her ending paragraph is a tender summing up and follow-through.
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