The Lectures

Seaford, England (Society).—Richard Knox Lee, introducing A. Hervey-Bathurst, a Christian Science lecturer, said in part:—

There is to—day in the record office of the Twenty—eighth London Regiment a medical sheet relative to my condition when discharged from the Army showing me as totally unfit for further military service. On one side is a frightening description of the so—called incurable heart disease and complications from which I suffered, on the other the word "nil" is written against them all. This small word meant much to me then; for it proved to me the utility and validity of a demonstrable knowledge of God, and the truth of the words of the prophet Daniel, "The people that do know their God shall be strong, and do exploits." The earnest study of the Bible in conjunction with the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, has healed thousands of cases of disease pronounced incurable by eminent medical authority. It makes people better, happier, healthier, and is of assistance and help in every department and circumstance of life.

Chicago, Illinois (joint lecture). A correction was made in the December 16, 1922 Sentinel: The lecture introduction attributed to Louisville, Kentucky (First and Second Churches), should have read Chicago, Illinois (joint lecture). —Ernest S. Stough made the following prefatory remarks at a noonday lecture by Judge Samuel W. Greene:—

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