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I just received my November 7, 2016, issue of the Sentinel and couldn’t put it down.
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Each and every one of us has an inseparable relationship to God.
How reassuring that the ever-present, radiant Christ-love inherently and definitively dissolves mortal will.

Trust in God’s love

I was and always will be at one with God, my true parent and friend.
We best reflect “the glory of the Lord” when we are mentally still and know that the one divine Mind, God, prevails.
Note: The renowned Protestant religious historian, Martin Marty, coins the term declinism to indicate widespread preoccupation with declining memberships in many denominations.
TeenConnect: Why I'm a Christian Scientist

My true north

For this author, being a Christian Scientist isn’t about “applying” Christian Science to problems in his life, but about knowing and understanding God better and living in a way that consistently proves that understanding.
Testimony of Healing

Simultaneous challenges healed

A few years ago I faced a number of personal challenges.
Testimony of Healing

Spider bite healed

A number of months ago I woke up one morning with an alarming, unsightly sore on my leg.
Testimony of Healing

Horse healed of colic

On Easter morning in 2016, I went out to feed my horses and discovered Lucy.
Testimony of Healing

Healed in church

While traveling overseas, I started to feel the symptoms of a painful illness while I was getting ready for church on a Sunday morning.
Image and Inspiration

'Love, redolent with unselfishness ...'

An autumn scene with a sun-basking turtle, Groton, Massachusetts
'To Bless All Mankind'

Pulling kids from war’s rubble

Within days of each other in August, two news items about children in conflicts caught the world’s attention.
'To Bless All Mankind'
Recent headlines have focused on the plight of children as both victims and perpetrators of violence in war zones.
Nothing can stand in the way of the heart’s sincere yearning for growth in grace. 
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