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From the readers
Rereading the entire issue
During a sleepless night thinking about a dear relative, my thought fastened on Hymn 148, “In heavenly Love abiding,” in the Christian Science Hymnal (Anna L. Waring). As it was too early to call my relative, I picked up the November 5, 2018, Sentinel already opened to Tony Lobl’s editorial, “Thinking about things from God’s point of view.” It was specific guidance to “our true thinking.”
Deciding to read again the entire issue, I came across the very hymn that had come to me in the night and that had been so helpful to a family of hikers on the Appalachian Trail (see Ainsley Gordon, “God was with us every step of the way”).
Thank you to both Tony Lobl and Ainsley Gordon for sharing.
Scottsdale, Arizona, US
Practical and powerful articles
The October 15, 2018, Sentinel was so clear, practical, and powerful! Each section addressed different issues, and the whole publication was very inspiring and interesting.
Thanks to all who submit articles and testimonies and to all the staff who dedicate their time, thought, and prayers to the periodicals established by Mary Baker Eddy.
Edmonds, Washington, US
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From the readers
Gini Gregg, Kim Welaye
‘Citizens … of the household of God’
Keeping God as the head of the household
To be a healer instead of a worrier: How I’m praying for world leaders
Terese Reiter Messman
Can ants destroy a home?
A search for home brought me to Christian Science
Finding my way
Broken nose healed
Lynn Rowe Wood
Condition on leg healed
Standing upright again after back injury
Joanne Ward Humbert
Walking and talking freely again
'That Truth gives promise of a dawn ...'
Photograph by Steve Ryf
More meaning for Christmas
Allison W. Phinney