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[“The yes and no of prayer,” Barb Goodspeed Grant, November 14, 2016, Sentinel]
Christian Science Sentinel—Audio Podcast

Let go of tatters

When we sincerely strive to put God first, opportunities for spiritual growth are revealed.

Disarming an enemy

This time I wanted to go beyond mere human “do-gooding.”

Lighten up

I reached out humbly to God and asked for His help and guidance.
As a follower of Christ Jesus, who glorified God in all that he taught and proved of God’s healing power, I love to let the glorification of God be my hallmark, motivation, and lens for prayer.

The joy of daily prayer

How awesome it is to be able to start every day by acknowledging God, Spirit, as All!
Is it just about a decorated tree,or glitter of wrapped gifts for you and me?
Comfort From The Psalms
Many years ago, when my husband and I were expecting our second child, I prepared for the birth through prayer and often asked a Christian Science practitioner for treatment.
TeenConnect: Your Healings

Finding my worth

Struggling with a lack of confidence, this author found inspiration and healing as she learned to pray for herself more effectively and understood more clearly that she was fully loved by God—at every moment.
Testimony of Healing
Over three years ago my ear became infected, and I realized I could hear practically nothing with that ear.
Testimony of Healing

Guilt gone, leg healed

On a rainy Wednesday morning after we’d had a strong wind, I went out to pick up branches that had blown down.
Testimony of Healing
I had an instantaneous healing one weekend when I was living in France a couple of years ago.

Refugee Christmas

Mary and Joseph were refugeesFleeing from hatred and fear.

The quiet gift

God’s gift of the Christ, Truth, is the one gift every person can receive—and share.
Bible Lens

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