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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 February 19, 1967.
The sweetness of the lips increaseth learning (Prov. 16:21)
Delitzsch contends that the proper sense of the word "sweetness" as used here is "grace"; observing that "grace of expression, and of exposition, particularly if it is not merely rhetorical...is full of mind, it imparts force to the instruction, and makes it acceptable."
I would order my cause before him (Job 23:4)
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Putting into Practice What We Know
Rest and Serenity
GRACE E. ROWNTREE
Wearing the Robe of Christ-healing
CHARLES HOLLIS GREEN
Christ Is the Way
GRACE ARCHER DUNBAR
"Wait patiently on God"
BEVERLY BEMIS HAWKS
In Touch with the Father
ETHEL DIANE DEPPERMAN
Pearl Strachan Hurd
Courage to Go Forward
Carl J. Welz
How to Communicate
William Milford Correll
A number of years ago, after my two sisters and I had enjoyed a...
Mildred E. Burns with contributions from Anna Lois Burns
In Isaiah we read (11:6), "A little child shall lead them." This...
Frank B. MacPherson
When John the Baptist was in prison, he sent his disciple to...
Marjorie Stone Otto
About four years ago our youngest son was playing by himself in...
Priscilla Carol Eiles with contributions from Vesta M. Russell, Irene H. Wood
Signs of the Times