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From the readers

Thank you for “The value of self-knowledge” by Barbara Vining in the February 19, 2018, Sentinel.
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It showed me how important it is to cherish each individual as an expression of God’s goodness.

Always in God’s love

We are never separate from God; we are always spiritual and always embraced in divine Love.
There are no limitations on God, and therefore no limitations on His children.
Trusting and knowing God as good and all-powerful enables one to experience his or her spiritual dominion and freedom.
How I Found Christian Science

Gratitude’s impact

“What is gratitude but a powerful camera obscura,” wrote Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science, in her book The First Church of Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany.
I realized that in reality, I couldn’t be sick, since God made me capable only of being good, like Him.
TeenConnect: Your Healings

A new way of helping others

She thought that helping others meant picking up trash or holding the door. But then a new idea dawned on her: Maybe she could help others by praying.
Testimony of Healing
Early one morning I felt assaulted by intense pain.
Testimony of Healing

Debilitating pain healed

Last April, I felt a pain in my back.
Testimony of Healing

Cold symptoms prevented

A week before my wife and I were scheduled to serve as substitute Readers, helping to lead services in our Christian Science Society, my throat became sore and swallowing was difficult.
Testimony of Healing
Some months ago I felt a pain in my left foot, as though there were a sharp object in my shoe.
Image and Inspiration

'Whom have I in heaven ...'

Florida sunrise
In a straightforward manner, Mary Baker Eddy offered the Golden Rule as a model for progress.
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