The Lectures

Chicago, Ill. (Fourth Church).—Introducing Miss Mary G. Ewing, a Christian Sciencelecturer, to her audience, Mrs. Cora Wiederhold said in part:—

After many years of invalidism, medical practice, which I had tried in all its forms, told me through a kindly physician, after a thorough diagnosis, that some of the organs of my body were partly worn out and beyond repair, and that there was no material remedy. I had been offered Christian Science many times, but refused, fearing it was "false doctrine." It remained for one who had witnessed the healing of a loved one to say to me, "Why do you not accept Christian Science?" In reply to my answer that the religion of my parents was good enough for me, she said: "Why accept the religion of your parents? Why not think for yourself?" This appealed to my reason, and was the entering wedge which enabled me later to take up Christian Science and be healed. Since that time I have depended upon Christian Science for every human need, exchanging sickness for health, lack for supply, turmoil and anxiety for rest and assurance; but greater than all these, it has taught me that God is always Love.

Fort Worth, Texas (First Church).—Introducing Bicknell Young, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience, the Rev. Edward E. Bean said in part:—

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Lecture Notice
July 5, 1924

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