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[The Biblical citations given in the Christian Science Quarterly are from the Authorized King James Version. The Bible Notes in these columns can be used, if deemed necessary, to elucidate some of the words or passages contained in the Bible Lessons. The Notes in this issue are related to the Lesson-Sermon designated to be read in Christian Science churches on January 3, 1943.]
"The only wise God" (I Tim. 1:17)—In a number of the earliest and most important manuscripts of the New Testament, including the Sinaitic, Alexandrian, and Bezan Codices, the term here rendered "wise" is omitted from this verse. Its inclusion in some manuscripts has been explained as an effort to bring this passage into conformity with Paul's reference in Romans 16:27 (Revised Version) to "the only wise God." Weymouth (Fifth Edition) has: "who alone is God;" and Moffatt simple: "the only God."
The Blessing of Christmas
FRANCES H. FENN
"Let your light so shine"
W. DHU AINE PEASLEE
DOROTHY R. SEXTON
"An eternal Christmas"
ROSE L. KEMPTHORNE
The Highway of Our God
MABEL WHITE RODOCKER
"Break up your fallow ground"
JOAN H. RAYNER
Resolving Trials into Opportunities
HERSCHEL P. NUNN
Christ Walks Today
Peter V. Ross
Christmas Is God's Answer
Paul Stark Seeley
with contributions from Eileen Annette Carter, Loftin H. Mann, Bazil U. Carleson, Frederick Waldorfe Buckley
"Columbia West Coast Church of the Air" talk over Columbia Broadcasting System by Herbert E. Bonham,
It is now fifteen years since...
James Harold Murdoch
Christian Science has brought...
It is with deepest gratitude that...
I wish to express my most sincere...
Mildred Ruth Olson
I have been a student of Christian Science...
"Ye shall know the truth, and...
Mary Valerie Dove
Through the study and application...
I received my first healing in...
My coming into Christian Science...
Anetta G. Schneider
Where Dwellest Thou?
DOROTHEA STURDIVANT FAGAN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Edwin O. Kennedy, Henry Davis Nadig, C. Melvin Elliott, Gladys Strum, Wallace E. Conkling, Alfred Grant Walton