The Lectures

Pasadena, Calif. (First Church).—John C. Lathrop, lecturer; introduced by Mrs. Ethel Price Gray, who said in part:—

The good tidings of great joy which rolled over the hills and valleys of Judæa nineteen hundred years ago are being augmented to-day; for the Christ-teaching of Jesus of Nazareth has been discovered again, and the sick who are healed, the sorrowing who are comforted, and the poor to whom the gospel is being preached, are swelling the glad refrain. Added to the joy of the healed thousands is the realization that the salvation of the world is at hand; for as the light of this discovery of Truth has grown brighter in the hearts of men, it is seen shining in the dark, and the seeming powers of evil,—fear, hatred, intrigue, and so forth,—which have been hiding in high places, are discovered and are being destroyed; while the path of peace, that peace "which passeth all understanding," is illumined.—Pasadena Star-News.

Hannibal, Mo. (First Church).—Dr. John M. Tutt, lecturer; introduced by Mrs. Alta Pledge Pew, who said in part:—

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Testimony of Healing
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July 5, 1919

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