The lecture by Frank H. Leonard at the Orpheum Theater May 8, drew a crowded house and was listened to with much interest. The lecturer was introduced by N. Jenness, editor of the Nampa Leader Herald, who said,—

We are gathered here this afternoon to investigate a subject which is attracting more and more attention. Men and women are searching for truth more than ever before in the history of the world. Truth is eternal and unchangeable, but man's conception of truth has been as imperfect and changeable as man himself. Here and there along the pathway of history has arisen one with clearer vision than his fellows, who has pointed the way to a higher and nobler plane of living. Man has ever struggled toward that higher plane, when it was made known to him. Some there are who contend to the contrary, but I believe it is true that the tendency has ever been from the darkness toward the light.

Testimony of Healing
I have been helped so much by the testimonies given in...
July 23, 1910

We'd love to hear from you!

Easily submit your testimonies, articles, and poems online.