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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 December 21, 1969.
Hail, thou that art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee (Luke 1:28)
The form of address chaire (Hail) was not uncommon, nor was it particularly unusual to say, "the Lord is with thee"; but the phrase "thou that art highly favoured," or "O favored one," as the Revised Standard Version has it, seems to have been all but unprecedented. This, no doubt, was what caused Mary to be "troubled" at the salutation of the angel (verse 29). This view is supported by the angel's response, "Fear not, Mary: for thou hast found favour with God" (verse 30).
My soul doth magnify the Lord, and my spirit hath rejoiced in God my Saviour (Luke 1:46, 47)
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God's Love and Man's Response
The Scream of a Siren
EDNA MAY EVANS WHITE
"Why should the work cease?"
"HIS UNSPEAKABLE GIFT"
Sally Ann Degnan
Thanks in Advance!
LANSING B. LINDQUIST
Opening Thought to Class Instruction
CAROL ROCKHOLD MILLER
Practical Treatment for Children
MARGARET CASE PAULUS
Love Helps Us Cross the Street
HELEN L. CONNELLY
Helen Wood Bauman
Alan A. Aylwin
I wish to express gratitude for Christian Science and for the...
Melvin Jay Hanks
I can think of no greater legacy than the one my parents gave...
Eugene B. Skarie with contributions from Virginia D. Skarie
I first learned about Christian Science when I was six years old.
Gardner G. Garlick with contributions from Doris L. Garlick
One summer while preparing the evening meal, I had a deep-well...
Mary Matthews Roper
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 401 - Doing Something About Clashes at Work
with contributions from Michael Thorneloe, George Richards