The Lectures

Park Ridge and Edison Park, Ill. (First Church).—The following remarks were made by Max Weichelt when introducing Miss Lucia C. Coulson, a Christian Science lecturer, to her audience:—

"To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, to-day is big with blessings." I quote the opening sentence of the Preface to the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy, the Discoverer and Founder of Christian Science. Christian Scientists lean on this "sustaining infinite;" and as they do so, unreservedly and confidently, they overcome sickness or a desire to sin, and establish harmony in their homes, their business, and within themselves. They know that this "sustaining infinite" is God, the only power, eternal Life, Truth, and Love, ever present or everywhere; that God is man's real being; that the seeming material, sick, sinning, and dying mortal is false belief,—denial of the truth just stated. This is revealed to them through a spiritual understanding of the Scriptures gained by faithful study and application of Christian Science. To those who scoff at this teaching I can say, having once been such a scoffer, that whenever sincerely tested, resulting blessings prove it to be practical, ever available, and never failing.

Hull, England (First Church).—Introducing Prof. Hermann S. Hering, a Christian Science lecturer, to his audience, Lieut.-Col. Robert E. Key said in part:—

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Lecture Notice
September 13, 1924

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