Letters & Conversations

Transformative article

[Michelle Boccanfuso Nanouche, “Divine Mind—the source of our sinlessness and health,” Sentinel, June 28, 2021]

This article was transformative for me. Michelle Nanouche mentioned that she stopped “consulting the body,” a habit I had fallen into, and looked instead for “something better than just a deadening of bad sensation.” This led me also to look for something higher, more substantial. As I gained this higher view of myself, God’s goodness brought healing.

Betsy Sadler Anderson, via JSH-Online.com

Listened again

[“Get to know God: The Omnis,” 2021—Audio Collection, cssentinel.com]

I have just listened to this entire series again. Such powerful, practical ideas and examples of healing are given by Deborah Huebsch, Amy Richmond, and Jenny Sawyer. Since discovering that part of the spiritual definition of good on page 587 of Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy is “omnipotence; omniscience; omnipresence; omni-action,” I have returned often to this definition in honing my prayer to understand God. Thank you for this series, as well as all the Sentinel Watch podcasts, which I look forward to each week.

Susan Dickinson, via JSH-Online.com

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