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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 October 28, 1962.]
Mansions (John 14:2)
The Greek term is monai, which means literally "abiding places" or "places of rest" — meanings which are suggested also by the Latin root of the word "mansions." Weymouth suggests, "resting-places"; while Goodspeed has simply, "rooms."
MARY S. JONES
Our Children and Their True Security
MARGARET CASE PAULUS
Althea Brooks Hollenbeck
Trusting God, Truth
Building on a Sure Foundation
Are We "lively stones"?
Obedience to Whom?
Carl J. Welz
Ralph E. Wagers
Christian Science: The Way of Life
By Mrs. Rose M. Henniker-Heaton,
How very grateful I am for...
Faye Nicklaus O'Grady with contributions from Kittie G. Nicklaus
One day I had a severe attack...
Matthew E. Warner
I should like to express my deep...
Kathleen M. Franklin
As a result of being reared by...
Grace Lee McIntosh
Christian Science has been a...
Martha C. Kennedy
At an early age I was enrolled...
Ruth Lois Rollins
For over ten years I have been...
Charlotte Gaines with contributions from Florence Mallory Gaines
Signs of the Times