The Lectures

George Shaw Cook lectured on Christian Science to an audience that completely filled the church. He was introduced by S. W. Condon, who said in part:—

The overburdened man or woman of today is in as great need of the sustaining and healing power of divine Love as was the man who, a cripple from his birth, was healed by Peter and John as he lay helpless at the gate that was called "Beautiful," nearly twenty centuries ago. There is nothing like a real, vital problem to force humanity to strike root down deep into the soil of spiritual experience. Many of us in this audience tonight could testify from a conviction based on experience, that suffering and overburdened men and women stand very much in need of exactly that which Christian Science has to offer them. Possibly no further explanation is necessary to account for the remarkable growth and demonstrated permanency of the Christian Science movement.

April 15, 1916

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