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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 28, 1967.
Eat thou not the bread of him that hath an evil eye, neither desire thou his dainty meats (Prov. 23:6)
While this appears to be a literal translation of the Hebrew as we now have it, Smith suggests, "Dine not with a miserly man, And lust not after his dainties"; and Moffatt has, "Never dine with a niggardly man, never fancy his dainties."
JOHN STANLEY HOCKER
Claiming Man's Dominion
PERRY H. RADCLIFFE
"Be not conformed to this world"
HARRIETTE MELDRIM HILL
What We Think and What We Say
C. EARLE ARMSTRONG
Clad in Christly Garments
We Can Improve Our Experience
MARVIN J. CHARWAT
Winifred Fields Walters
What Christian Science Offers Youth
BARBARA LYNN BACKMAN
Breaking the Fixed Illusion of Matter
Helen Wood Bauman
Happiness and Morality
William Milford Correll
Throughout my life I have depended upon Christian Science...
Hazel L. Pool with contributions from Richard B. Pool
I am deeply grateful that my mother was led to investigate Christian Science
Barbara Blanche Wilson
I desire to give thanks to God for the many blessings already...
Eileen E. Williams
As a member of a local service club I volunteered to participate in...
John D. Coolidge with contributions from J. Mason Reynolds
For God and for Mrs. Eddy, I am profoundly grateful
Marianne Valerio with contributions from Renè Valerio
Signs of the Times
R. B. Hulsen