The Lectures

Medina, New York (Society).—The following introductory remarks were made by Mrs. Marjorie Reynolds at a Christian Science lecture by George Shaw Cook:—

Christian Science inculcates faith in and loyalty to the laws of God; it teaches the truth that those laws are unchanging and enduring; it emphasizes that fundamental of right living, the understanding of the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man, and admonishes us that at all times, scientifically speaking, we are our brother's keeper. There never has been a time in human history when the strifetorn peoples of this world needed the appealing, compelling forces of spiritual awakening more than now. In the struggle for place and power, in the white heat of contest, men in their passions have been swept from their moorings, and are fervently asking for guidance, asking that the Master shall say again to the tempest, "Peace, be still." Christian Science teaches that there is a God-given power which is freely granted and abundantly bestowed, and which rescues men from sin, sickness, and death. It demonstrates that God heals to-day as in that wonderful time almost nineteen hundred years ago, when Jesus taught and healed among the beautiful hills of Judea and by the blue waters of the Sea of Galilee.

Denver, Colorado (Fourth Church).—The following introductory remarks were made by Charles R. Hines, when introducing Miss Margaret Murney Glenn, a Christian Science lecturer, to her audience:—

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Lecture Notices
September 27, 1924

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