The Lectures

Valparaiso, Ind. (First Church).—Clarence W. Chadwick, lecturer; introduced by John Boman, who said in part:—

The history of mankind is the story of an unending quest for truth. We have felt our way in the darkness. The mystery of our being, our life, our death, our destiny, is still quite insoluble. Mankind is, indeed, like Israel, engaged in a wearisome search for the promised land. Yet this persistent, almost tragic struggle for light has not been entirely unrewarded. There have been faint forebodings of a dawn in the east, stars of greater and lesser magnitude have penetrated the gloom, flashes of light have issued from the northland, from Olympus, from Sinai. The veil of the temple has been partially rent in twain, affording glimpses of the holy of holies within.

Testimony of Healing
Although up to the present time I have not been called...
September 14, 1918

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