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From the readers

[“The power of asking,” Margaret Rogers, November 20, 2017, Sentinel]
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What would change for us if we understood life as the reflection of the one dynamic, divine Life that is ever fresh and eternal?
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Immunity from conspiracy

Only from a false, material perspective does man appear to be an evil mortal acting outside God’s control.
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Does God hear me?

Even before we make a request, God is already there showing Himself to us as divine Life, Truth, and Love.
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I could expect Love to show itself in practical and sometimes unexpected ways.
Turning Points In Spiritual Growth

Cover to cover

I was literally knocked off my feet.
For Kids
Angels! At Christmas they are everywhere.
Testimony of Healing
I was sitting in the lobby of my local auto service center the other day expressing gratitude for being able to even be there.
Testimony of Healing

Healing of pulled back muscle

I am so grateful for the teachings of Christian Science, which support a life of spiritual growth through a deep understanding of our oneness with God.
Testimony of Healing

Growth on leg healed

For over a year I had a growth on my lower leg.
Testimony of Healing
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Image and Inspiration

'From all that dwell below the skies ...'

Coastal Costa Rica
'To Bless All Mankind'

The tiny cracks inside North Korea

With conspicuous ceremony on the Fourth of July, North Korea launched a missile that had more than a technological purpose.
'To Bless All Mankind'

Extinguishing tensions of conflict

As tensions have increased between North Korea and the rest of the world, many people are praying for answers.
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Editor’s Note: This Christmas season, we share this piece by Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science.
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