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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 December 1, 1963.]
Precepts (Ps. 119:104)
(Pre'cepts—first e as in eve, second as in end). A precept is a command intended as a general rule of action; a commandment enjoined respecting moral conduct; a working rule respecting the technique of an art or science; a written order or mandate issued by legally constituted authority to a person commanding or authorizing him to do something.
Resurrection and Ascension
OLIVE H. HENRY
A Joyful Thanksgiving of the Faithful
FLINT LEWIS TOWNSEND
"A grateful heart a fortress is"
LOUISE K. GAINES
Peace in Our Hearts
MARIE EVA SCOTT
"Instruments of righteousness unto God"
VIRGINIA BROWN KUEMMIN
LILLA R. LYDER
A High School Student Writes
PETER JOHN SUTTON
PRAYER AND ANSWER
The Need for Science and Health
Ralph E. Wagers
An Outlook for Thanksgiving
Carl J. Welz
When Christian Science was...
Irene L. Reams
As Christian Scientists we know...
Chester B. Stratton
Christian Science was introduced...
One of our babies was born with...
Grace E. Rowntree
I did not come into Christian Science...
J. Kenneth Foulke
Right thinking and praying, as...
By means of this testimony I wish...
Marie Louise Ronca with contributions from Marguerite Richard
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Carl W. McGeehon