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[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 29, 1962.]
The dead (Prov. 21:16)
The word repha'im, thus translated, comes from a basic Hebrew root which is used in various senses, including that of to sink, relax, withdraw, weaken, enfeeble, dishearten, abandon, let go, attitudes which, if unguarded, might well result in death.
"He is not here: for he is risen"
FLINT LEWIS TOWNSEND
Demonstrating the Unity of Good
Life Is Real
Understanding God as All Heals Envy
FLORENCE B. ARNETT
MARK AS WRITER
Winthrop Pitt Tryon
How Shall We Study?
CLIFF WALTER KRUEGER
"The effect of every vision"
NORMA PALMER ADLER
Helen Wood Bauman
"The basis of immortality"
Ralph E. Wagers
My introduction to Christian Science...
Emma T. Butterfield
My first healing in Christian Science...
Frederick W. Robinson
I have received the blessings of...
Vera M. Schafer
Christian Science gave me immeasurable...
Helen V. White
For about forty years Christian Science...
At a time when our family was...
Martha D. Royse
My mother and I were introduced...
Violet L. S. Jiroushek
Signs of the Times
Robert J. McCracken