The Lectures

Orange, N. J. (First Church).—Introducing Peter V. Ross, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience, Frederick P. Schenck spoke as follows:—

The more we learn of the Christ-knowledge, the more we realize that it and the power that accompanies it come from God. On one occasion a college professor asked me what was the greatest benefit that had come to me as the result of my study of Christian Science; and although I had received very many benefits from such study, yet I unhesitatingly answered that I was most grateful for a definition of God that was at the same time comprehensive, capable of being understood, and satisfying. How intimate were the relations that existed between Jesus the Christ and God, and how lovingly he always spoke of God as "my Father" or "the Father"! On one occasion he said, "At that day ye shall know that I am in my Father, and ye in me, and I in you;" and again he said, "The Father himself loveth you, because ye have loved me, and have believed that I came out from God." There is no reason why our relations with God, our Father, should not be intimate and loving; and Christian Science shows us how this may be accomplished.

Grand Rapids, Mich. (First Church).—Introducing Judge Samuel W. Greene, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience, Mrs. Mabel Hewitt spoke as follows:—

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Lecture Notice
July 12, 1924

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