Letters & Conversations

> Roberta Brooke, “ ‘Shepherd, wash them clean,’ ” Sentinel, February 19, 2024

Healing the inclination to be offended by others’ personalities might be Christ’s highest calling to us at this time. I deeply appreciate the author’s well-written explanation of how she responded to this calling. 

Cheryl Mailer, Tukwila, Washington, US

> Keith Wommack, “ ‘Hey, Knucklehead,’ ” Sentinel, February 5, 2024

At first I thought this wouldn’t be relevant or relatable because of the use of knucklehead. But it was quite illuminating. I love how the author explains the difference between a mistake (“usually unintentional”) and sin (“a conscious act—intentional wrongdoing”). I’d never quite identified this difference, and it gave me a sense of enlightenment and dominion to consciously choose the right action for my spiritual growth.

Judi Lindsey, Candia, New Hampshire, US

The title and the visual of a seal lying on its side, looking us in the eye and waving at us, made me laugh. The editorial had a great lesson about seeing ourselves and others as God’s own likeness—expressions of Love—and thinking before we act.

Deanna Shelley, via email

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