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From the readers

I just read the January 2, 2017, Sentinel editorial by Margaret Rogers, “Getting to the goal.
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Our prayers for the economy

God’s supply of right ideas is abundant, unlimited, and continuous—always sufficient to meet the needs of His children.
It is Mind’s will to which we look and humbly bow. 

True identity

God, Spirit, is the source of our identity.
Because God is infinitely expressed, a selfhood separate from God is impossible.
One year ago, when I was eight years old, my awesome mom encouraged me to read Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy.
Testimony of Healing
One evening, I had all the symptoms of a bad case of the flu and felt miserable.
Testimony of Healing

Accident protection

I’m so grateful that Christian Science provides a reliable, healing basis for responding to an accident.
Testimony of Healing

Animosity dissolved by love

I had a wonderful opportunity a number of years ago to live more of the Christ-love.
Testimony of Healing
In June 2014, as I was returning home after walking to the town about two miles away, I came to a football field that looked wonderfully green and smooth.

​New-birth certificate

Jesus, Master, commands,“Be born again”; “be perfect.
'To Bless All Mankind'

When rule of law rules the roost

This past fall, one of South Africa’s most popular figures, Thuli Madonsela, ended her term as Public Prosecutor after seven years of taking on powerful figures—including President Jacob Zuma—for corruption.
'To Bless All Mankind'

A law that can challenge injustice

“That’s unjust!” That was how I reacted when I learned that my school was going to charge me for damage I hadn’t caused.
When I found Science and Health, I was so hungry for an understanding of God that I couldn’t put the book down. 
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