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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 April 18, 1965.]
They shall never perish(John 10:28)
In the Greek the statement is an unusually strong one, even stronger than is suggested by the words of the King James Version, for a literal rendering would he, "They shall certainly not perish forever"; and since in the original the negative qualifies the verb rather than "forever," Plummer offers the rendering, "They shall never die for all eternity."
Let It Not Be Said, "She was a widow"
MYRTLE C. AYRES
The Oil of Consecration
"'Tis what I know of Thee"
Jean Elsie Sanders
Talking with God
NATHAN A. TALBOT
"Whom seekest thou?"
EDGAR F. WRIGHT
The Singing Hills and Mountains
CARYL WALLER KRUEGER
Exercising One's Spiritual Sense
Ralph E. Wagers
Emanation, Not Organism
Carl J. Welz
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In the latter part of 1931 I was...
Cyril H. Butler
I wish to express my sincere...
Olive B. Hutchison
I should like to express my...
Evelyn L. Korp
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David Douglas Mann
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Joan Elizabeth Locke
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Signs of the Times