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Do you have a story to tell about finding Christian Science? Our “How I Found Christian Science” column is an opportunity for our readers to share what led them to Christian Science. For submission information, visit jsh.christianscience.com/submit. Please mention the name of the column in “Author comments” on the submission form.
[Joanne Leedom-Ackerman, “Leaning on God stills life’s storms,” Sentinel, April 9, 2018]
This very helpful article reminded me how to proceed through storms of unbecoming behavior—that God, Love, is always available to still such storms and is not dependent on human conditions or forecasts. When we let Love still the storm by stilling our own thought and staying moored to God, we will experience peace, the peace that surpasses all understanding!
Really hit home
[‘To bless all mankind,’ Eric Nelson, “A practical understanding of the infinity of God,” Sentinel, April 9, 2018]
This article really hit home with me. Thank you to Eric for bringing out that with God we aren’t limited, but we have God who is infinite and takes us all the way. Thanks!
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