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December 16-22: Riding the wave of God’s spiritual power
Guest: Rob Gilbert
On Sentinel Watch, discover how to “ride the wave of God’s spiritual power.” Christian Science teacher Rob Gilbert discusses how God’s promises in the Bible are spiritual forces moving by God’s own energy — and how these promises can lift us and infuse our efforts at healing with power. Responding to questions sent in via JSH-Online.com, Gilbert explains what our role is, and how it will bring healing and good into our lives and our world. To learn more about how to “ride the wave of God’s spiritual power,” listen to Sentinel Watch at CSWashington.com/audio.
December 23-30: A Christmas gift: Health, joy, and love are ours now!
Guests: JSH Staff
On Sentinel Watch, members of the staff share how they received gifts of health, joy, and love from God — the kind of gifts that brought healing and transformation in their lives. This was the Christmas message of Christ Jesus, and his message is still practical today. To learn more about how you, too, can receive your Christmas gift of God’s love and care, listen to Sentinel Watch at CSWashington.com/audio. And Merry Christmas!
December 31, 2019 – January 5, 2020: Discovering your essential place in God’s creation
Guest: Michael Pabst
On this week’s Sentinel Watch, Christian Science healer Michael Pabst shares how each of us are essential to God’s creation, and how God’s creation would not be complete without every unique expression. Responding to questions that were sent in via JSH-Online.com, Pabst shares insights from the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy that show just how vital each individual is to God’s purpose and plan. Listen to Sentinel Watch at CSWashington.com/audio.
January 6-12: Pausing, praying, and proceeding
Guests: Mary Trammell, Dave Hohle, and Tony Lobl
On Sentinel Watch, our guests discuss the present possibility of finding peace and direction when faced with a problem. The Discoverer of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, faced many situations in which peace and wisdom were needed, and when she paused and waited on God, she always received healing answers. In her textbook on Christian Science she wrote: “Beholding the infinite tasks of truth, we pause,—wait on God.” And she even describes what to do next, continuing, “Then we push onward, until boundless thought walks enraptured, and conception unconfined is winged to reach the divine glory” (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 323). To hear more about how you can pause, pray, and then proceed, listen to this edition of Sentinel Watch at CSWashington.com/audio.
January 13-19: God’s guidance through a wilderness of problems
Guest: Colleen Douglass
On this week’s Sentinel Watch, we are assured that everyone deserves to find answers to their problems. Our guest shares how she has turned to God for guidance and found healing, even when faced with tough decisions. She found that when we are willing to truly humble ourselves and follow God’s guidance, we discover that what God has planned for us is far greater than anything we could have planned for ourselves. To learn more about finding guidance, listen to Sentinel Watch at CSWashington.com/audio.
January 20-26: Need a fresh start? Forgive!
Guests: Moji George, Nancy Mullen, and Rita Polatin
On this week’s Sentinel Watch, discover how to have a fresh start in your life. Many people have found that the first thing they need to do is forgive. Whether you need to forgive another person who has harmed you — or yourself for mistakes you’ve made — forgiveness can put you on the path to a fresh start and a new life full of promise and joy. To learn more about the freedom of forgiveness, listen to Sentinel Watch at CSWashington.com/audio.
January 27 – February 2: “I understand God in my head, but I don’t feel Her in my heart.”
Guests: Amy Richmond, Mark Unger, and Jenny Sawyer
On Sentinel Watch, our guests discuss how to feel and experience God’s presence. They share how they realized that God’s love and presence have been here all along — which opened their thought to experiencing God’s love and care. And they share experiences where they were able to feel God more tangibly in their heart, and God’s presence in their life. To learn more about how to tangibly feel God’s presence, listen to Sentinel Watch at CSWashington.com/audio.