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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 22, 1962.]
A well of water (John 4:14)
The Greek term page (well) means primarily a spring of running, flowing water. Moffatt suggests, "A spring of water welling up to life eternal"; while The New English Bible has this interesting rendering: "An inner spring always welling up for eternal life."
The well is deep (John 4:11)
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Uncovering Plus Overcoming
EARL ALBERT RUSSELL
The Way of Life
Understanding the Nothingness of Error
WILLIAM A. BUELL
Joy in the Morning
ELLA G. COX
Helen Wood Bauman
The Efficacy of Righteous Prayer
Ralph E. Wagers
One day, while I was grading a...
Floyd C. Masner with contributions from Marjorie M. Masner
I am grateful that my parents became...
Doris Helene Stern Corry
My blessings have been many as...
I feel that it is time for me to...
Horace J. Belcher
I was privileged to be brought...
Norma Helena Page
Some years ago, at a time of...
Lois M. Haluska
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