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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 June 18, 1967.
The firmament of his power (Ps. 150:1)
In the Biblical record of creation found in the first chapter of Genesis, the "firmament" is described as dividing the waters under it from those above it and is called "Heaven" (Gen. 1:7, 8)—often viewed by the early Hebrews as the apparently solid vault of the sky. Moffatt renders the passage in question as "his heaven of power"; although Smith prefers "his mighty firmament."
Forasmuch as there is none (Jer. 10:6)
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RICHARD H. STRAIN
"Before they call, I will answer"
ROSE L. KEMPTHORNE
Meeting Evil Instantly
JEAN LUCE LEE
"I cannot come down"
W. RALPH ROCKHOLD
The Crowing Cockerel
SUSAN BARRETT KUPPER
"Unselfish ambition, noble life-motives"
Vera Sohr Kelly
To Start Again
Helen Wood Bauman
William Milford Correll
THE POET PRAYS
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Doris M. Redgrove
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