The Lectures

Mr. Edward A. Kimball of Chicago gave an able lecture last night [November 28] to a good audience at Old Concordia. The speaker was introduced by Gen. B. W. Green, who said in part,—

Ladies and Gentlemen: —We may not comprehend the teachings of Science and Health, but we approciate the lives of its followers. There are in our city many living epistles of this faith, known and read of all men. It is gratifying to me to be able to testify to their good work, their pure and useful lives, their long suffering, kindness, gentleness, meekness, temperance, faith, joy, peace, and love. We are told in the Scriptures that these characteristics are the fruits of the Spirit, and they add to this summing up of character, obedience to the divine command, heal the sick. —Arkansas Democrat

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