On Thursday evening, March 14, in the church edifice, Virgil O. Strickler delivered a lecture on Christian Science. The speaker was introduced by Frank C. Hills, who spoke as follows:—

The Bible tells us that Jesus was once asked if he was the expected Messiah. We all remember his answer, that unanswerable answer: "The bilnd receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up." Clearly the great Founder of the Christian religion believed we should be judged by our works, and I want to repeat tonight the opening words of a testimony given in this room one Thanksgiving morning, Out of a full heart, and, in grateful acknowledgment of his debt to Christian Science, a gentleman said: "I was a drunkard, but now I am a man." Friends, this is not an exceptional case. The members of this little church, and the members of Christian Science churches all over the world, have listened week after week and month after month to just such songs of thanksgiving and freedom as this. Is it any wonder they want others to hear them? Is it any wonder they want others to know something of this truth which makes free today, and here, just as it did nineteen hundred years ago in Palestine?

Testimony of Healing
It is with deep gratitude that I tell of my wonderful...
June 8, 1912

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