The Lectures

Portsmouth, England (First Church).—John W. Doorly, lecturer; introduced by Mrs. A. Chisholm, who said in part:—

The majority of those who to-day are called Christian Scientists, have become such because Christian Science promises a present relief from sin and sickness. I was brought up in an orthodox church. As far back as I can remember, I endeavored to live consistently with what I believed to be right; but I knew it was a failure—I was not satisfied. I knew, too, that the Bible was full of rich promises, that God was "a very present help in trouble," and would deliver those who called upon Him; and yet I knew that I had not experienced deliverance, although I had prayed fervently for myself and those I loved.

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