The Lectures

Hull, England (First Church).—Miss Mary G. Ewing, lecturer; introduced by E. P. Scholfield, who said in part: —

At the present time when we see the old order changing and a desire on the part of most people for better conditions than they have experienced in the past, those of us who have the welfare of humanity at heart cannot help wishing to do what is possible to make our neighbor's lot a happier one. There are several roads which, we are assured, will lead to peace and plenty, and the churches tell us very rightly that brotherly love is the remedy for a state of things in which many people seem to be seeking only their own advantage. The difficulty is to know how to make use of that remedy.

It is here that Christian Science comes in and gives us a new and practical understanding of the ability and willingness of God to help us here to-day. It rids us of the fear of lack and of the fear of disease. It shows us that we can afford to help our brother, and that in so doing we are gaining true happiness ourselves. I have studied Christian Science for the last fourteen years, and have found it the only real source of comfort and healing of mind and body, a marvelous protection in danger, and the greatest help in business and in dealing with my fellow men.

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