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Introductions to Lectures
Middletown, Connecticut (First Church).
Lecturer: Charles I. Ohrenstein; introduced by Charles W. Shaw.
All through the Bible we find repeated the precept embodied in the First Commandment: "Thou shalt have no other gods before me." All Christians will probably agree that this teaching is fundamental to their faith; and yet, nearly all the world seems to be occupied in creating for themselves other gods,—gods of wealth and position, of power, of pleasure, and the myriad other material things for which mortals strive,—seeming too often to forget that the one God only is the source and Giver of all good. Christian Science has come to this age with its message of healing, teaching and showing by demonstration that divine Love has already provided health, happiness, and all things good and desirable; and it has made these available through a right understanding of and willing obedience to the laws of the one God.
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Annual Meeting of The Mother Church
with contributions from Harvey S. Chase , Edward L. Ripley, David Newton McKee
"Goodness and severity"
Albert F. Gilmore
The Swallowing up of Mortality
Ella W. Hoag
Divine Love's Sufficiency
with contributions from Charles W. Shaw, Annie E. Anderson
Owing to an accident while skating when twelve years...
H. Clara Buck
Perhaps nothing tests one more than to preserve a mental...
J. Marshall Hall
When I began the study of Christian Science I was suffering...
Arthur Nesbit with contributions from Leona Nesbit
I send this testimony in the hope that it will cause others...
John W. Parker with contributions from Fannie C. Parker
"Man's extremity is God's opportunity." I had occasion...
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Abraham Lincoln, J. H. Oldham