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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 September 7, 1969.
Ask me of things to come concerning my sons, and concerning the work of my hands command ye me (Isa. 45:11)
Those who prepared the King James Version apparently understood the Hebrew as implying commands, but it could also be understood as asking questions. Smith suggests, "Will you question me concerning my children, Or give me orders regarding the work of my hands?"; while Moffatt has: "Would you question me about the future? Would you dictate to me about my work?"
The Lord knoweth the days of the upright (Ps. 37:18)
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Letter to a Protesting Student
RUSSELL D. ROBINSON
What Do You Need to Be Happy?
VIRGINIA T. GUFFIN
Where Is Church?
Hippies and Christian Scientists
WALTER KEITH EZELL
"IN ALL GENERATIONS"
Peter J. Henniker-Heaton
An Interview: on racial prejudice
with contributions from Alton A. Davis
On Handling Reverse Prejudice
RUTH ROSBOROUGH LAROCCA
Helen Wood Bauman
Spirituality Empowers the Athlete
Alan A. Aylwin
During the past few years my life has been richly blessed
Nathan A. Talbot
In the Preface to Science and Health Mrs. Eddy states (p. vii),...
M. Lucille Davison
Many years ago at the request of a sister my father agreed to try...
Claire K. Jones with contributions from Leonard Ernest Brighton
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 386 - When Are the Good Hours?
Ron Clifford with contributions from Jack Krieger
Signs of the Times