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We’ve been running a Sentinel column called “Turning points in spiritual growth.” In this column, readers can share experiences that have particularly made them grow in their practice of Christian Science—times in which the truth became clearer and the pathway ahead felt more certain. For submission information visit jsh.christianscience.com/submit. Please mention the name of the column in “Author comments” on the submission form.
The December 21, 2015, Sentinel surpassed all expectations. Mark Swinney’s “The meekness that receives the Christ” describes the transformation of thought that brings healing when we welcome in the Christ. Lynn Jackson’s “The ‘devotion of thought’ to healing” reminds us that time is no factor in healing, as divine Love meets all our needs now, without delay. Allison Phinney’s editorial, “The Spirit of God bearing ‘outward, upward, heavenward,’ ” provides the correct vision of God as loving everyone everywhere right now, all over the planet—in itself a healing prayer. I cherish the periodicals as sublime spiritual nourishment. God bless the contributors and editorial staff, who feed us with such exquisite spiritual sustenance.
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Barbara Goll, John Varnes, Julie-Anne Eastman
Banishing fear with Love
Our true identity
Paul M. Ngugi
God cannot be bullied
‘The alterative, healing effect of Truth’
Debra Corry Brandt
Beside ‘still waters’
Nothing is too hard for God
Kathryn A. T. Knox
Healing of aftereffects of fall
Hiking with freedom
We thank Thee, heavenly Father
Photograph by Morey Zuber
Fearless Guatemala’s lessons for Latin America
The Monitor’s Editorial Board
God’s goodness negates corruption
Keith S. Collins
Peace like a river