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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 August 4, 1968.
Lend, hoping for nothing again (Luke 6:35)
There is some doubt as to the literal meaning of the Greek phrase thus translated, for though Moffatt has, "You must lend to them without expecting any return," Good-speed renders, "Lend to them, never despairing," since "despair" is the literal meaning of the verb.
The Ethic of Divine Love
DORINDA B. LE CLAIR
Followers of Christ
GRAHAM CAMERON DRISCOLL
The Healing Mission of the Church
MADELINE KEENE WOOD
Vera Sohr Kelly
The Healing Touch of Tenderness
RUSSELL E. HAPPEY
Sit in Heaven and Laugh
"Of Christlike touch"
MAXINE A. HARE
Hazel Harper Brandner
The Foolishness of Friction
Helen Wood Bauman
The Way "which leadeth unto life"
Alan A. Aylwin
I did not come to Christian Science for healing
When I was a boy nine years of age, my family lived in a house...
Bruce Morse Benton with contributions from Clarice Benton
My introduction to Christian Science came when I married a...
Loretta M. Simon son
"All things work together for good to them that love God" (Rom. 8:28)
Mabel Frances Tydeman with contributions from George C. S. Tydeman, Ila Margaret Jennings, Jo Emmett Jennings
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 329 - What Does It Mean to Be Involved? Part I
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Robert Peel
Signs of the Times
with contributions from D. S. Page, J. Harry Wood