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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 15, 1962.]
Thou shalt increase my greatness, and comfort me on every side (Ps. 71:21)
There is some doubt concerning the correct form of the Hebrew text at this point. Hence the Revised Version has, "Increase thou my greatness, and turn again and comfort me," though Moffatt suggests, "Thou wilt add to our honour, and comfort us once more."
Seraphims (Isa. 6:2)
Individual Demonstration, Not Rivalry
GARY JOHN JEWKES
The Rewards of True Listening
VIDA MC DERMOTT
The Irradiance of Day
MARTHA TIBBETTS KNIGHT
EVELYN M. S. DUCKETT
THE BLOSSOM SHINING THROUGH
Florence Minerva Millman
Keeping One's Thought Clear
WARREN LEE GRAY
Prayer in Christian Science
J. HUBERT LITTLE
Ideals in Government
Ralph E. Wagers
Joy in God's Kingdom
Carl J. Welz
I wish to express my sincere...
Mrs. Eddy writes in the textbook,...
David Brandmark with contributions from Jewel Brandmark
I became curious about Christian Science...
Since Christian Science came...
Betty J. Hart
In England a great many years...
I wish to express gratitude for...
Virginia T. Wallwork
Many times I have witnessed...
Irene C. Veil
Christian Science was brought...
Signs of the Times