The Lectures

Elizabeth, N. J. (First Church).—John C. Lathrop, lecturer; introduced by C. B. Cavanagh, 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 humble, God-loving woman. In seclusion and obscurity, deserted by relatives and ridiculed by friends, Mrs. Eddy wrote the book that has brought healing from sickness and sin to hundreds of thousands of persons scattered throughout every country in the world. Christian Science has earned every inch of its progress by actual demonstration.

London, England (Seventh Church).—Virgil O. Strickler, lecturer; introduced by T. Alex Elphick, who said in part:—

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Testimony of Healing
With unbounded love and gratitude to Christian Science...
June 7, 1919

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