The Lectures

Los Angeles, Calif. (Sixth Church). — Introducing John C. Lathrop, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience, Percy C. Copeland spoke as follows:—

To serve God by expressing the divine nature in our contact with our fellow-men, to live noble lives, to be intent at all times on the diffusion of good, to maintain in this way a sense of man's constant unity with the Father, means also an ability to utilize the divine energy in the destruction of evil, and to unfold good, — a power which God bestows upon those who turn in humility from a false selfhood, and seek earnestly and sincerely to do His will. Our Leader writes (Miscellany, p. 160), "To live so as to keep human consciousness in constant relation with the divine, the spiritual, and the eternal, is to individualize infinite power; and this is Christian Science."

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May 5, 1923

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