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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 29, 1962.]
Rightly dividing (II Tim. 2:15)
The Greek word translated '"rightly dividing"' means literally "making a straight cut" and so, metaphorically, '"holding a straight course" or "handling correctly." As the word is used in this context, Weymouth has, "A workman who, because of his straightforward dealing with the word of truth, has no reason to feel any shame."
Godliness and honesty (I Tim. 2:2)
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WINIFRED M. ARBOGAST
The Irrefutable Facts
LESTER B. MC COUN
Individual and Co-operative Responsibility
PATRICIA BERNICE BROSE
Buying the Treasure of Heaven
SARA B. VELTMAN
Freedom from Liability
We Need the News of the World
HOMER N. WALLIN
Doing Our Part
FANNIE M. KRAFT
Robbie Listens and Is Healed
Helen Wood Bauman
Inspired Wednesday Readings
Carl J. Welz
Letters to the Press from Christian Science Committees on Publication
with contributions from James A. Borthwick
My mother began the study of...
Sylvia Olive Stoudt
In 1923 I was examined by a...
James G. Woodman
This testimony is written in true...
Elizabeth Nottingham Palmer
Words seem inadequate to express...
Merle S. Dingman
When I went to the United...
Katherine Elizabeth Thomas
For years I accepted the teachings...
Dorothy H. Jones
I am sincerely grateful for all the...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Adolph I. Snow, Roy Gibbons