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"His understanding is infinite" (Ps. 147:5)—The original Hebrew means literally: "His understanding has no number;" from which the sense of infinitude is very naturally deduced. Moffatt suggests: "His wisdom is unsearchable;" and Smith: "There is no limit to his understanding."
"All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made" (John 1:3)—The Greek preposition "dia," rendered "by," can also mean "through"; and the word translated "without" is more exactly "apart from" (Souter: Greek Lexicon, p. 286). Hence, Goodspeed has: "Everything came into existence through him, and apart from him nothing came to be;" and Moffatt: "Though him all existence came into being, no existence came into being apart from him;" while Weymouth (fifth edition) suggests: "All things came into being through Him, and apart from Him nothing that now exists came into being."
ALBERT F. ENGEL
LA RUE M. HODGES
Prepare to Conquer!
ROBERT A. WOOD
"Man's eternal mansion"
RUBY M. APPEL
Desire and Duty
JULIA M. LESTER
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MARY BAKER EDDY
Reliance on Divine Mind
Violet Ker Seymer
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Fannie G. Chapman
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Mary Elma Burgess
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Nathaniel Ridgway White
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Mabel E. Moudy
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Walter H. Shew
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Lorette Both with contributions from Kay Both
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JOAN MC WILLIAMS
Signs of the Times
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