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1/11/21 - To be what’s most needed

An in-depth, spiritual look at essential topics

To be what's most needed

This author explains how we can find the right, healing, spiritual idea for each moment and each need by opening our thought and truly "listening for what the genuine need is and asking how divine Love will meet that need."


1/11/21 - Financial limitations overcome
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“Each month, The Journal puts on record in people's hearts the presence and efficacy of the laws of God, which regenerate and heal.”

May 1998


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