The Club Hall, Sevenoaks, was crowded on Friday evening [Nov. 24] when a meeting was held in connection with the Sevenoaks Christian Science Society. Algernon Hervey Bathurst presided, and the lecturer was Bicknell Young. In opening the meeting, the chairman said they had met there that evening to learn something more of a subject in which the world today was taking a greater interest than ever. On all sides they had heard of people who were healed of some physical complaint as the inevitable result of a conscientious study of the text-book of Christian Science prepared by Mrs. Eddy. On all sides, too, they had heard of people who were anxious to obtain more information of the subject which had become such a power in the world. It seemed almost incredible to him, but there was a time when he thought he had no need of Christian Science. It had, however, cured him of many a trouble. Christian Science had taught him, as it had taught thousands and thousand of other people, how to overcome mental, moral, and physical troubles, which were supposed generally to form an inevitable part of human existence. The reason for that ever-increasing desire to learn more of Christian Science would be readily understood when they realized that Christian Science was based on absolute truth, preeminently practical and demonstrable.—Kent Messenger.

A lecture on Christian Science was delivered in Second Church of Christ, Scientist, by William R. Rathvon, Nov. 24, to an audience that completely filled the auditorium, many standing throughout the lecture and others unable to gain admittance. The lecturer was introduced by Henry L. Gwalter, whose remarks were in part as follows:—

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Testimony of Healing
I wish to express my gratitude for what Christian Science...
February 24, 1912

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