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Sentinel Watch August 22, 2022
Prayer can stop gun violence
With Colleen Douglass
The phrase in response to troubling events, "thoughts and prayers," has been widely criticized because it's perceived as a substitute for action. But our guest, Colleen Douglass, shares two experiences involving violence where prayer led to the best kind of action there is: healing.
Citations referenced in this episode:
Trudy C. Palmer, "'When you pray, move your feet,'" The Christian Science Journal, February 2000
From the Holy Bible, King James Version:
I John 4:8
From the writings of Mary Baker Eddy:
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 587
Science and Health, p. 369
Science and Health, p. 144
Science and Health, p. 542
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