A collection of articles, comments, and discussions offering prayer and support to those affected by terrorism.
He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust. ... Thou shalt not be afraid for the terror by night; nor for the arrow that flieth by day. (Psalms 91)
From The Christian Science Monitor
Reading how many innocent people were injured or lost their lives in a terrorist attack, this author found comfort and hope through prayer. go
A Christian Scientist was accustomed to turning to God regularly for help, healing, and direction. Through many experiences, she has become convinced that God’s love doesn’t crumble away when times get tough. go
From the Christian Science Sentinel
In an age in which terror alerts and homeland security play an ever-increasing role in everyone’s daily life, it is encouraging how prayer is becoming more widely recognized as a reliable antidote to terrorism. go
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Sentinel Audio Chat
In the coverage of the topic, Christine Driessen presents many hopeful and healing thoughts. She stresses the need to expect that goodness and love are a powerful force for bringing an end to violence because "we're going to see what we expect." go
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TMC Youth.com interview with the Christian Science Board of Directors
TMC Youth asked the Christian Science Board of Directors to share their thoughts about healing terrorism on the worldwide scale as well as some times when they’ve personally dealt with terror. go
Words from Mary Baker Eddy
Fear is the weapon in the hands of tyrants. (Miscellaneous Writings, p. 99)
We should master fear, instead of cultivating it. (Science and Health, p. 197)
Passions, selfishness, false appetites, hatred, fear, all sensuality, yield to spirituality, and the superabundance of being is on the side of God, good. (Science and Health, p. 201)
Persecution is the weakness of tyrants engendered by their fear, and love will cast it out. Continue steadfast in love and good works. Children of light, you are not children of darkness. Let your light shine. Keep in mind the foundations of Christian Science — one God and one Christ. (The First Church of Christ, Scientist and Miscellany, p. 191)