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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 May 31, 1964.]
My soul, wait thou only upon God; for my expectation is from him (Ps. 62:5)
The Hebrew word dommi (wait) is connected with the root damam, meaning be silent, or rest. Hence the Revised Standard Version translates the verse as follows: "For God alone my soul waits in silence, for my hope is from him." Moffatt has, "Leave it all quietly to God, my soul, my rescue comes from him alone."
"Where art thou?"
FRANK R. S. GIFFORD
The Importance of Right Decisions
KATE HOLLAND PATTON
THE SPIRITUAL FACT
Margaret G. Robinson
Reading, Understanding, and Accepting
GEORGE W. CRAIGIE
God's Love for Man
ANN T. BEALS
"Turned into another man"
MARION I. WILL
"It worked, Mommie. It worked!"
A College Student Writes
Oliver J. Bigler
Our Highest Sense of Right
Helen Wood Bauman
"Heredity is not a law"
Carl J. Welz
In the spring of 1948, before I...
Jessie H. Olsen
Shortly after my parents became...
Ruth L. Arnold
After I had been studying Science...
Marjorie Agnes Pratt
Eleven years ago I began the...
Dorothy O. Hudgins
It is over a decade since my testimony...
I am deeply grateful for Christian Science
A. Lee Moore with contributions from Marian R. Moore
Signs of the Times
Herbert S. Huffman