The Lectures

In the White Theater, before an attendance of one thousand people, Clarence W. Chadwick spoke on the topic, "Resurrection and the Life." The speaker was introduced by Ernest Klette with the following remarks:—

When Jesus trod this earth nineteen centuries ago, one of his greatest works, if not his greatest, was that of healing the sick. The gospels are filled with recitals of where he healed mankind of all manner of sickness and disease. The great powers expressed through him were also expressed, although to a lesser extent, through some of his disciples, and even St. Paul, living more than half a century after the time of Christ, was able to heal the sick. After about three centuries the great power of healing expressed through Christ and his immediate followers was lost to the world, and the world came to look upon it as belonging to Christ and his immediate followers only.

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