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Words of Current Interest
The words in this issue are related to the Lesson-Sermons in the CHRISTIAN SCIENCE QUARTERLY designated to be read in Christian Science churches on November 19, 1967 and on Thanksgiving Day, November 23.
Wherefore do ye spend money for that which is not bread? and your labour for that which satisfieth not? (Isa. 55:2)
Literally, "Why do you weigh silver...?" Hastings reminds us that "there can be no question of coined money" at the time this chapter was written (about 550 B. C.). Since the Hebrew yegia can mean either "labor" or the result of labor, that is, produce, earning, or wealth, Moffatt renders: "Why spend your money on what is not food, your earnings on what never satisfies?"
"All that I have"
KIMMIS HARTLEY HENDRICK
Can I Give a Treatment?
CONSTANCE MARIE NEALE
Having the Courage of Conviction
HENRY F. MUNDT
A Perfect Background
No Bear on His Back
JACK L. EYERLY
Does God Love Us?
GLENNA GOLDEN WOLLAM
Home—"not a place but a power"
JACQUELINE L. KRANZ
SUSAN BARRETT KUPPER
A Modern Sense of Innocence and Purity
William Milford Correll
Alan A. Aylwin
Each day I find myself saying, "Thank You, Father," for each...
In Proverbs we read (4:13), "Take fast hold of instruction; let...
Neoma Elizabeth Tong
As the result of a healing experienced by one of my parents, I was...
Stuart R. Johnson
I attended a Christian Science Sunday School from the age of...
Mildred G. Curby
When I became interested in Christian Science, it was not for...
Muriel Dintheer with contributions from Harold D. Anderson
During an unhappy period which ended with the dissolving of...
Elizabeth Ann Klug
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Lloyd Garrison, Frank Broyles