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[“Blacks … Whites … Overcoming prejudice,” Daniel Mfumu Mawonzi, April 17, 2017, Sentinel]
Christian Science Sentinel—Audio Podcast
I thought of the higher sense of semper paratus and the certainty of Truth’s timely messages. 
Innocence is a powerful spiritual quality, and is innate to man as God’s likeness.
Divine Love is revealing to each of us unique opportunities to express the qualities of God.
Our spiritual being is unchanging, whole, and always complete.
How I Found Christian Science
I began to feel the effects of Christian Science less than half an hour after finding it in 1993, which brings to mind a statement by the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy: “The effects of Christian Science are not so much seen as felt.

In perfect focus

A lot of cameras have something called autofocus.
Testimony of Healing
One time, when I was working in a retail organization, several members of the staff were off work for two or three days with flu symptoms.
Testimony of Healing

Foot difficulty healed

In the winter of 2016, my smallest toe became very swollen, red, and painful.
Testimony of Healing

Desire to know God answered

As a youngster I was a sickly child and was regularly given large doses of medicine until my early teens.

My angel*

It floated in so quietly, I almost didn’t noticebut then it sat itself right down.
'To Bless All Mankind'

The Big Apple’s big drop in crime

It’s an odd question: Should police be fighting criminals—or crime?
'To Bless All Mankind'

Be an Ananias

Crime has recently dropped in New York City, and some say it’s because of a shift in thinking about policing.

Satisfying worship

Spirit—pure, infinite goodness—alone has all the authority and power there is. 

Living waters

Fount of Truth, of Life, of Love,goodness, beauty, healththat ever springs afreshin streams of sparkling clarity,pure glistening rivers pouring forthto wash the world and quench its thirst,   
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