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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 April 2, 1961.]
Pinnacle (Matt. 4:5)
The corresponding Greek word means literally "little wing," and commentators are uncertain what the word was intended to imply in this context. The "pinnacle" may have been the top of Solomon's Porch (compare John 10:23) or, perhaps, of the royal porch, which, according to Josephus, "commanded a dizzy abyss," or it may simply have been the topmost point of the main Temple building.
Don't Forget Who You Are!
CHARLES HENRY GABRIEL
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
Building a Firm Foundation
JOANNE SHRIVER LEEDOM
Our Gift of Love
CONSTANCE MARIE NEALE
EMMA E. AKIN
Demonstrating What We Know
William Aubert Luce
The Simplicity of Jesus' Teachings
Helen Wood Bauman
Our Need: Spiritual Discernment
Ralph E. Wagers
Some thirty years ago I suffered...
Wallace H. Lanigan
This testimony is given in deep...
It is with much gratitude that I...
Polly Lee with contributions from David Lee
My gratitude for Christian Science...
During my Sunday School days...
A. David Wright
I wish to express my gratitude...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from David H. C. Read, W. H. Bourne