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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 July 16, 1961.]
Verily, verily (John 5:19,24.25)
In Greek, the word "verily" is represented by the word amen, which is properly a Hebrew word and is derived from a root that means "to be steadfast" or "to be firm." When used at the beginning of a sentence or clause, as m these verses, amen means "truly, surely, of a truth"; while the repetition of the word emphasizes still further the succeeding statements.
Let Us Appeal to the Court of Spirit
WILLIAM U. BARDWELL
"LET THE REDEEMED OF THE LORD SAY SO"
"He pleased God"
TIRZAH STUART KING
Not by Force, but by Meekness
Helen Wood Bauman
Some Ingredients of Success
Ralph E. Wagers
In the year 1925, while an active...
"Open thou mine eyes, that I...
Barbara J. Belcher
It has been my privilege for quite...
I have been a student of Christian Science...
The opening line of Hymn No. 278...
Since the publication of my first...
Marie C. Cheney
Although several members of...
Leonard William Block
with contributions from The Christian Science Board of Directors, Board of Trustees The Christian Science Publishing Society, Ralph B. Scholfield, M. Alvah Blanchard, Russell S. Graham, Erwin D. Canham