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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 26, 1964.]
He that overcometh (Rev. 3:5)
In the original Greek this phrase is stronger and more positive than it appears in our familiar English version, for the verb rendered '"overcome" is nikao, meaning "conquer," which in turn is derived from the noun nike, the regular Greek word for "victory." This is well suggested in The New English Bible, which reads, "He who is victorious"; while Phillips has, "The victorious."
The Juniper Tree
MABEL REED HYZER
RUSSELL E. HAPPEY
Rosemary C. Cobham
Youth, Science, and the World's Fair
"One bond of unity"
Pearl Strachan Hurd
Changing the Evidence
"Trials are proofs of God's care"
MARY FOX PUMPHREY
A Modern View of Sex
Carl. J. Welz
The Two Trees
Ralph E. Wagers
It is with a heart filled with...
Bessie E. Bobek Strandburg
Abundant blessings have been...
When I was only a young lad...
Clifford R. Straubel
One day, after I had been studying...
One evening about three years...
I am very grateful for the demonstrations...
Words do not express the deep...
Erma Lea Martell
Signs of the Times
Walter M. Burkholder