The Lectures

Memphis, Tenn. (First Church).—Introducing Judge Frederick C. Hill to his audience, John M. Dean said in part:—

Mrs. Eddy says in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" (p. 354), "Inconsistency is shown by words without deeds, which are like clouds without rain," and Christian Science is essentially a religion of doing rather than of saying. Great as were the profound sayings of Jesus, his mightiest sermons were preached in the healing of sin and sickness and the raising of the dead. And yet his explanations of Truth were very pointed and needed. Because his understanding always ran parallel with demonstration, he could speak "as one having authority, and not as the scribes." And so it is to-day with those who practice what they preach.

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