The Lectures

Neligh, Neb. (First Church).—William D. Kilpatrick, lecturer; introduced by B. Frank Hedlund, who said in part:—

Christian Science did not come into the world on any great wave of popularity, heralded by some great personage. It came silently but powerfully into the consciousness of a God-loving woman, Mrs. Eddy. Christian Science is essentially an understanding of God. All of this teaching can be found in the Bible, but we have become accustomed to thinking of the innumerable proofs of God's power there recorded as things remote and not for us here and now. During the past fifty years, however, since "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mrs. Eddy was given to the world, innumerable proofs have shown that God's power is still available to all who earnestly strive to use it.

Fond du Lac, Wis. (First Church).—Judge Samuel W. Greene, lecturer; introduced by George B. Gray, who said in part:—

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November 29, 1919

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