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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 October 13, 1963.]
The snare of the fowler (Ps. 91:3)
The Hebrew noun pack (snare) moans also a trap net or, metaphorically danger or calamity; while the word yaqush (fowler) has the sense of one who ensnares or lays snares. In English, a fowler is defined as one that hunts wild fowl for sport or food or, in a wider sense, a birdcatcher.
Attuned to Reality
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
The True Method of Self-improvement
NATALIE G. FORCE
UP FROM JORDAN
Hazel Harper Brandner
The Activity of Compassion
THE BLESSED OF THE LORD
"The cycle of good"
A College Student Writes
"His reward is with him"
Helen Wood Bauman
Gratitude Must Grow
Carl J. Welz
Giving a Christian Science Lecture
By Mrs. Sybil M. Wilson,
THE STONE THE BUILDERS REJECTED
This testimony expresses my...
Many students of Christian Science...
The first Christian Science healing...
Ruby D. Westbrook
It is with overwhelming gratitude...
While practicing for an armed...
Clayton L. Akin
From a heart overflowing with...
Helen G. Morris
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Laton E. Holmgren, Earl L. Douglass