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Introductions to Lectures
Lodz, Poland (Society).
Lecturer: Professor Hermann S. Hering; introduced by Mrs. Elfriede Strobach, who said (as translated from the German):—
In Exodus it is written, "Fear ye not, stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord, which he will shew to you to day." Christian Science explains these prophetic words, and shows us that we need not fear; we need only to stand still, listen for God's voice—obey His law.
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Solving Human Problems
RALPH J. CARNEY
The Greatest Army in the World
LUDA F. CORLEY
God's Gift of Gratitude
Highly Important Things
HERBERT L. HAWKINS
ELIZABETH H. MARSHMAN
"The lion of the tribe of Juda"
MARIETTA K. HORNIMAN
HARRY R. MARIETTA
In a published letter signed by the pastor of the Lutheran...
Roy G. Watson, Committee on Publication for the State of Texas,
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Sophie de Vries
In a recent issue of your paper appear references to...
Frank T. Norman, Committee on Publication for Dunbartonshire, Scotland,
Overcoming the Human by the Divine
Science, Not Suffering
George Shaw Cook
with contributions from Elfriede Strobach, Helen L. Parsons, Vivien de Van Sperry, Helen G. K. Shipston, Iva R. Jex, Avery Brown
In the more than twenty years that I have benefited by...
Nathaniel Field with contributions from Ida L. Mann Field
I am very grateful for the wonderful truth of Christian Science,...
Elizabeth J. Hoyt with contributions from Arthur Stuart Hoyt
Christian Science was presented to me twenty-five years...
Amelia Frost Stewart
I was once afflicted by influenza
C. Bassett Burke
I became interested in Christian Science nearly twenty...
Edith M. Bowes with contributions from Leon Franklin Bowes
About seven years ago I was suffering from tuberculosis...
In gratitude for what Christian Science has done for me...
Matilda St. John Clemens
O Joyful Morn
DOROTHY MAE ALDRIN
Signs of the Times
with contributions from J. L. Newland, Thomas Hastwell, James Reid, N. J. Monsma, George Parrish