THE LECTURES

The Rev. Arthur R. Vosburgh lectured on Christian Science at Powers' Theater Sunday afternoon Sept 26. He was introduced by Percival B. Garvey, First Reader, who said in part,—

Christian Science stands on its own merits—the fruits of the Spirit. The world at large is yearning for Truth, hungering for "crumbs of comfort from Christ's table," and Christian Science comes to supply the needs of humanity here and now, "feeding the hungry and giving living waters to the thirsty." Its healing, saving, and regenerating message from Life, Truth, and Love is educating and elevating all mankind into better, purer, holier thinking and living, through a clearer apprehension of Principle. It asserts the practical possibility of understanding God as all-inclusive good, the creator, and the Giver of every good and perfect gift.—Correspondence.

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