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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 April 13, 1969.
Not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind (I Pet. b:2)
The Greek adverb aischrokerdos, here rendered "for filthy lucre," means "in a spirit of eagerness for base gain"; the word prothumos ("of a read) mind") usually means "eagerly." Moffatt translates, "Not to make a base profit from it but freely."
Every Day an Easter
THOMAS O. POYSER
"Each separate ray"
"The stone is rolled away"
Healing Through Unselfed Love
EVELYN MAY GARNHAM
"The Flying Ninety"
MILDRED MONTGOMERY McLANE
Drop Off the Swaddling Clothes!
THE GATE CALLED BEAUTIFUL
Margaret Hovenden Ogden
The Mystery of Death Destroyed
Helen Wood Bauman
The Vitality of Truth
Alan A. Aylwin
I wish to express my gratitude for Mrs. Eddy and for the. . .
Bessie Mae Razor
Christian Science has been our only physician for over thirty...
Beatrice Mabel Beames
I am grateful for the privilege
Marion F. Wilson Stewart
I desire to express gratitude for Mary Baker Eddy, God's messenger...
Florence Brooks Miller
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 365 - Easter's Relevance Today, Part I
Robert McKinnon with contributions from Michael Thorneloe
Signs of the Times
Frederick C. Wood