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WORDS OF CURRENT INTEREST
[The words in this issue are related to the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly designated to be read in Christian Science churches on January 1,1961.]
Extol (Ps. 145:1)
(eks-tol'—e as in end, o as in odd; or, o as in old). While the word "extol" can mean simply "to praise," its original sense, suggested in the corresponding Hebrew verb, is "to lift on high" and so "exalt."
Peace on Earth
ROBERT ELLIS KEY
Healing of Discordant Human Relations
There Is Only One Law
CARLTON S. MACCOY
"Christ cometh of the seed of David"
"With signs following
MARY M. ANDERSON
Trusting in Our Father-Mother God
MURIEL ALMA NAGLE
Angels Are God's Pure Thoughts
MARY LYNN LYLE DAVIS
Helen Wood Bauman
"He that sent me is with me"
John J. Selover
RADIO PROGRAM No. 379 - Victory over Loss
With deep gratitude for the...
Remington E. Twitchell
I am deeply grateful that a friend...
Miriam H. Davies
About sixteen years ago I heard...
I am very grateful for the blessing...
Robert Keith Burgess with contributions from Joyce B. Manyik
My mother was a student of...
To me Christian Science provides...
Dorothy L. Fink
Over thirty years ago Christian Science...
Dolores D. Morin with contributions from Sarah M. Morin
Signs of the Times
R. C. Kerle