From the readers

Just what I needed this morning

[Tony Lobl, “A clean slate for victims and abusers,” Sentinel, November 26, 2018]

Thank you so much for this editorial. It is just what I needed this morning. I am deeply praying to be released from the past, and a number of ideas shared here were very helpful. 

Ellen Williams

Clear and compassionate

[TeenConnect, Lisa Andrews, “Protected from an assault,”, November 15, 2018]

Humble thanks to Lisa Andrews for this clear, compassionate, and cogent record of finding safety in a moment of urgent need. The spiritual intuition, “This is not your [or his] story,” offers an ever-expanding blessing for humanity.

Robin Collins

Spoke to my heart

The poem “Silence error’s rap” by Melinda Remington in the October 8, 2018, Sentinel spoke to my heart. I committed the first verse to memory and used it to defend myself from the symptoms of a cold on two occasions. It proved to me the power of Truth to reverse error when we apply it and believe it.

Mayrene Bentley
Omaha, Nebraska, US

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