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[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 April 28, 1963.]
Brethren, I count not myself to have apprehended (Phil. 3:13)
It may be noted that several important and early manuscripts have at this point oupo (not yet) instead of simply ou (not); while the verb katalambano (apprehend) means literally "lay hold of; capture; appropriate." Taking this verse in connection with that which precedes it, we obtain this meaning: "I pursue, that I may capture that for which I was captured by Christ Jesus. Brothers, I do not consider that I have yet captured it."
Reflection, Not Reaction
Demonstrating God's Control
ARTHUR B. INGALLS
The Forever Child of God
BETTY LOUISE SMITH
The Unfoldment of Divine Ideas
CHARLES FOWLER REES
"Thy will be done"
HUBERTA F. RANDALL
SIETSKE L. CURRY
The Warmth of Christian Science
Helen Wood Bauman
Understanding Oneself in Science
Ralph E. Wagers
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Juanita W. Gay
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David Brooks Chapin
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Katherine M. Altermatt
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Eva Ferguson with contributions from Thomas J. Ferguson
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Robert Carroll Peacock
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A. W. Marthinson