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[The words in this issue are realted to the Lesson-Sermon in the Christian Science Quarterly designated to be read in Christian Science churches on February 9, 1964.]
Thou compassest my path and my lying down (Ps. 139:3)
The Hebrew verb which is here rendereed "compass" has the literal meaning of "sift" or "winnow," and when used in a figurative sense, as in this context, the sifting in question would seem to suggest careful examination, as in our phrase "to sift evidence." Moffatt translates, "Walking or resting, I am scanned by thee."
The Advent of Christian Science
ELIZABETH S. KENNELLY
Life Is Deathless
RICHARD CLAUDE HAW
Glorifying God Through Testimonies
HAZEL L. WALKER
Are We like Peter?
MARION B. FRANCIS
ELIZABETH HUDSON SMITH
The Need for Spiritual Inspiration
DAVID L. HORN
"Remember who you are!"
A Daily Duty
Helen Wood Bauman
Man Is the Image and Likeness of God
Ralph E. Wagers
I am sincerely grateful for the...
Geoffrey P. Wade with contributions from C. Joyce Wade
With deep gratitude I should...
Some twenty years ago an illness...
Marguerite P. Laudenslager
This testimony is written to give...
William Robert Suddaby
Today, more than ever before,...
Marjorie C. Farrington
Signs of the Times
John C. Narver