Members' Part in Church Services and Lectures

When members of the Christian Science church are urged individually to assume their share of responsibility for the success of church services or lectures, and to do correct metaphysical work in preparation for such occasions, they may feel the need for definite instruction on how to perform this task. If such should be the case, much helpful instruction may be found in the sixth chapter of John's Gospel.

Here it is recorded that the multitudes followed Jesus "because they saw his miracles which he did on them that were diseased." Likewise today, it is the healing works of Christian Science which attract multitudes to our church services and lectures. Realization of this fact, together with the giving of our testimonies at the Wednesday evening meetings and on other occasions which make the recital of healings appropriate, is obviously the responsibility of every member. By fulfilling this task, members will share in multiplying the attendance at our services, and thereby enable the truths of Christian Science to be explained to a greater number of those in need of its ministrations.

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