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From the readers
Loved the analogy
[Louise Thornton, “Dishwashing inspiration,” Sentinel, December 11, 2017]
I loved the analogy in this article. Every time I wash dishes or do laundry, I will be reminded that unclean things are not a part of me.
I especially felt uplift
[Barbara Vining, “Divine Love expressed—the lifter of health and morals,” Sentinel, November 27, 2017]
I so enjoyed reading and, especially, hearing Barbara Vining’s editorial. This audio service has increased my receptivity to the more detailed study of Christian Science. I especially felt uplift from this writer’s experience to recognize the roadblocks to progress as a Christian, and some of the ways to find daily inspiration for study. I had been looking at JSH-Online in the past week for that kind of encouragement, and this editorial reminded me that prayer is an individual expression of our relationship to God, an expression that needs to be thought and lived.
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From the readers
Jill Johnson, Gail Teixeira
Strive for an enlightened response to news
Healing after sexual abuse
Taking the side to end war—divine Love’s side
Learning to lean on God
Safe at first base
God’s care proved in remote wilderness
David C. Warne
Stomach pain quickly healed
Barbara F. Burley
Running freely again
Quick healing of ankle injuries
Mary Ann Lomascolo
Walk with me
Why #MeToo spread around the world
The <i>Monitor’s</i> Editorial Board
MeToo and the potential for healing
Our true origin and preexistence with God
David C. Kennedy