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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 November 29, 1970.
Be not dismayed; for I am thy God (Isa. 41:10)
The Hebrew word translated "be dismayed" means literally "gaze" and so "look out (for help)"; hence "gaze about (in anxiety) ." The margin of the Revised Version suggests, "Look not around thee"; and the Septuagint (Greek) Version, "wander not"; while Kent's rendering is, "Be not terrified."
"The Lord is with us"
HAROLD E. MARIETTA
Thinkers Are Thankers
GERTRUDE E. VELGUTH
Presence, Power, Place
ELIZABETH EMERY EVANS
Manhood and the World's Problems
Is There a Hannah in Your Life?
HELEN WENTWORTH BACON
The Rewards of Perseverance
JEANETTE F. SUTTON
Viewing Competition Rightly
MY ANGELS AND I
Judy Rieder Crotchett
Carl J. Welz
Working for Humanity's Welfare
As long as I can remember, I have been most grateful to be a...
Paul Foster Lilly with contributions from Othelia E. Lilly
For a long time I have wanted to tell about the unusual way in...
Aaltje Huijse-Stap with contributions from J. Rodolfo Huijse
I would like to share an experience that stands out to me as a...
Marjorie G. Palmer with contributions from Richard K. Palmer
I am grateful for the privilege of giving testimony to the presence...
Signs of the Times
G. E. Tiley