The Lectures

Hannibal, Missouri (First Church).

Lecturer: Frank Bell; introduced by Charles A. Valentine, who said:—

In the world to-day, people are losing confidence in their old concepts of God, because of the fact that there appears to be a lack of a sustaining rule for life. Feeling this lack, they are searching for a new religion, telling them of a God they can worship and understand. Mrs. Eddy writes in "Unity of Good" (p. 14), "God is not the shifting vane on the spire, but the corner-stone of living rock, firmer than everlasting hills." In every life there is a need to be met. It may be sorrow, sickness, animosity, personal dislike, or some other discord that is influencing the harmony of our lives. Christian Science teaches how to overcome every error, and that harmony is the rightful state of man. Christian Science has met my every need for twelve years. It is changing my mentality, freeing my thought from false beliefs. It has helped me to overcome fear by knowing that God is Love, ever present divine Mind, in whom we have our being.

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Lecture Notice
March 19, 1927

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