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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 January 14, 1968.
Having loved his own which were in the world, he loved them unto the end (John 13:1)
The Greek phrase eis telos (unto the end) can also be rendered "to the uttermost," as it is in I Thess. 2:16. The New English Bible has, "He had always loved his own who were in the world, and now he was to show the full extent of his love"; while Phillips prefers, "He had loved those who were his own in this world and he loved them to the end."
Verily, verily, I say unto you (John 13:20)
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Make God Your Friend
JANE H. NEWMAN
How Crime Can Be Held in Check
PETER B. VANDERHOEF
"Be allied to the deific power"
BETTY ANN LOWENBERG
A Time to "stand still"
ROBERT J. HILL
Maintaining Our Poise
Laurie's Island Adventure
BARBARA JUERGENS FOX
Confidence at Exam Time
KAREN LYNN WILLIAMS
We Can Control Our Bodies
Helen Wood Bauman
The Logic of Christian Science
William Milford Correll
One day I began to experience severe pain in my eyes
Eugene M. Seaward with contributions from Rosma B. Seaward
One summer day while visiting a friend, I poured into a glass...
Rose Mary Richardson
As my understanding increases and experience...
Theodore R. Loeschner
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Richard S. Rosenfels