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From the readers

[Mark Raffles, “Emerging from negative expectations,” Sentinel, August 5, 2019]
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The pull toward goodness

The pull toward God’s goodness is pure and spiritual, not subversive and sensual.
Christ Jesus taught valuable lessons about true substance being spiritual.
We can actually experience in very tangible ways the consistency of God, who is wholly good.

Making a difference

We have the privilege of correcting our own attitudes. My willingness to embrace God’s pure viewpoint brought answers.
I humbly listened for God’s guidance.
Turning Points In Spiritual Growth

Lifted out of despair

When my husband and I were expecting our first child, I began a search for the peace and comfort that had characterized my own childhood.
TeenConnect: Your Healings
This teen felt out of place and unhappy during a visit with relatives. How could they find common ground and get along? Prayer opened the way.
From Teens

King of the barnyard

The passing of time could never deprive Otis of his God-given innocence, playfulness, and vibrancy. 
Testimony of Healing

Enlarged heart healed

In July 2017, my wife felt a heart murmur that frightened her.
Testimony of Healing

No more pain in tooth

During a routine dental cleaning, a dentist informed me that a tooth where a large filling had fallen out needed to be removed.
Testimony of Healing
Many years back, I was praying one morning when these words from the Bible came to me: “Fret not thyself because of evildoers, neither be thou envious against the workers of iniquity.


Like the mockingbirdshouting his songfrom the topmost twigof the cedar elm,
This editorial is in response to a reader who wanted to know about Christian Science treatment for healing, and about respecting the wishes of others regarding such treatment.
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