The Name of the Lord

Asked to explain the meaning of the third commandment, a mother pondered before replying. Heretofore she had considered the commandment, "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain," to mean nothing more than a warning that no one may profanely use the name of God. It had seemed unlikely that she would break, or be tempted to transgress, this law and she had given it little thought.

Now, however, she began to search for another, perhaps deeper meaning to help the child, who had been brought up to reverence and hallow the name of God.

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Engineering and Christian Science
November 13, 1943
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