The Lectures

Milwaukee, Wis. (Second Church).—Dr. John M. Tutt, lecturer; introduced by B. F. West, who said in part:—

It is related that over in France, after a battle of unusual intensity that had reged all night and left the fields covered with the bodies of the slain, the morning dawned with a wonderful peace and tranquillity. Contrasting strangely with the gruesome sights of the battle field were the beautiful sunrise, the marvelous tints of the sky, the perfume of flowers growing everywhere abundantly on the battle field, and the joyous caroling of the birds, glad that the sun had risen—all seeming to contradict and deny the presence of death and horror. It was as though somewhere in the great world of life there was a consciousness that had no knowledge of discord, a consciousness that was above and beyond the power of evil to penetrate or disturb.

Testimony of Healing
I feel that I must express my gratitude for the manner in...
December 20, 1919

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