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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 March 4, 1962.]
Whom do men say that I the Son of man am? (Matt. 16:13) Several important and early manuscripts and versions of the Bible support the rendering "... that the Son of man is," which is accepted by a majority of modern translators.
Gabriel (Luke 1:26)
(ga'bri-el—a as in ace, i as in is, e as in silent). An angel described in the Old Testament as charged with the ministration of comfort and sympathy (see Dan. 8 and 9). In the New Testament he is the herald of good tidings, declaring the coming of the Messiah and of his forerunner, John the Baptist.
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Combating Subversion with Science
Happiness Is of God
Teaching the Little Ones
ELIZABETH GlLLETTE BAKER
My Hydrangea Plant
LENORA B. JOHNSON
MARY HIGGINS REED
Inspiration Is from God
W. BURTON WEBSTER
Rodney Learns to Help
GENEVIEVE THOMAS BURRISS
"No redundant drop"
Helen Wood Bauman
"The prosperity of Christian Science"
Carl J. Welz
At the birth of our daughter...
Ann Rymer Ormes
A testimony telling of my first...
H. Stanley Bullock
When Christian Science was...
Millicent Lampe Sullivan
Nearly thirty years ago sciatica...
Elisabeth Anna Rucker with contributions from Ludwig Franz Rucker
When I was a schoolgirl, I...
Elsie L. Landry
Christian Science has met all...
Estelle Adamson Melton
I am humbly grateful that God...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Joseph G. Molner, Edward V. Rickenbacker