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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 December 23, 1962.]
The strength of the Hills (Ps. 95:4)
The Hebrew word rendered "strength" is in the plural and has the literal meaning of "peaks" or "heights," which thus contrast very naturally with "the deep places of the earth" mentioned in the previous sentence. Moffatt suggests, "the mountain-peaks."
The Word of life (I John 1:1) The Greek term which is here translated "Word" is logos (cf. John 1:1) and is a word possessing a wide variety of senses, including also "reason, message, instruction." Goodspeed has, "the very message of life": while Phillips suggests, "the very Word of Life Himself."
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The Persistency of the Word of God
PETER B. BIGGINS
Mildred E. Kendall
ELLEN SHANK COLLINS
"Be still, and know"
MARGERY TODAHL BLOKHINE
"The barrel of meal wasted not"
HAZEL L. WALKER
"As this little child"
JANET DOUD DRISKILL
Pearl Strachan Hurd
What Are We Admitting?
Ellen Learns to Pray
HELEN MAY MUNDELL
The No. 1 Problem
Helen Wood Bauman
The Christlike View
Carl J. Welz
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
with contributions from Ivy Lilyan Burtwell, N. Clive Shippey
It is a wonderful privilege to have...
Carol L. Parks
Christian Science is so precious...
Maria L. Degemeyer
I should like to express my sincere...
Recently I have felt so comforted...
M. Doreen Nichols
As one trained in and, for some...
Russell A. Collins
I never intended to be a Christian Scientist....
Alice G. Dahn
Some years ago I was suddenly...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. W. Mellick, Oliver E. Thompson