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At first glance it looked too long and possibly not very personally relevant, but I’m so glad I rejected a temptation to bypass Jürgen Kurt Stark’s article “Abiding safely in Christ” in the April 2016 Journal, because it proved to be a consummate explanation of how safety and security (and every aspect of human experience) are absolutely linked with the mental perspective we support. It methodically disabuses the reader of a belief that any aspect of life is ever controlled by a power or presence other than God’s infinite, eternal love. Reading it illuminated for me the crucial importance of monitoring my mental stance.
Many thanks to Mr. Stark for a very helpful and encouraging article.
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