The Lectures

In spite of disagreeable weather the banquet hall in the City Building was the scene of a large gathering of representative citizens of this city who are interested in the worthy Christian Science movement. William C. Henderson introduced Governor Felker, who in turn presented the speaker, William R. Rathvon, as follows:—

It is both a duty and a privilege for me to introduce your speaker. It is both a duty and a privilege for the executive of a state to be identified with those things which attempt to abolish sin and elevate human lives. Our forefathers were a religious people. They believed in a personal God from whom all blessings come. They believed and attributed the sin of the world to their own misdeeds, and with that belief they went on through the years. Those that sow sorrow shall reap joy, was their notion.

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