What was the first thing you noticed when you pulled The Christian Science Journal , Sentinel, or Herald out of your mailbox this week? You most likely saw the physical changes—the new cover design and nameplate, the smaller 7 x 10 inch size, the new layout and design of the articles, columns, and testimonies. These are visible signs of three years of prayer and listening; but the deeper signs of this work are in the words and ideas that make each article and testimony a blessing to the reader.
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