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Introductions to Lectures
Lecturer: Ralph B. Scholfield; introduced by Mrs. Edith W. Stacey, who said:—
In II Corinthians the Apostle Paul speaks of "the God of all comfort; who comforteth us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort them which are in any trouble, by the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God." That is why we have invited you to this lecture, that you may hear of "the comfort wherewith we ourselves are comforted of God," for Christian Science reveals to us the healing power of the Word of God, and thus gives us the very best comfort in all our tribulations.
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VIVIAN H. ROBISON
"I and my Father are one"
HAROLD C. LEWIS
HELEN W. READ
Turning to God
Gathering the Manna
Dare to be Different
MARY C. HARVEY
To the Man or Woman in Uniform
Peter V. Ross
Evelyn F. Heywood
with contributions from Edith W. Stacey, Leslie J. W. Reed, Roy L. Atteberry
"Thy servant heareth"
ELSIE HILL AINSWORTH
Until Christian Science came...
Margaret Beatrice Van Stone
I am deeply grateful for the...
Lily H. E. Overall
Christian Science has healed me...
Leonard E. Mendez with contributions from Carla Priester Mendez
I have had many proofs of...
Dorothy J. Ross with contributions from Ida L. Ross
On page 306 of Science and Health...
Jessie M. Hipolito
Mrs. Eddy writes in "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures"...
Philippe Buhler with contributions from Rita Buhler-Grobet
One of my favorite hymns reads...
Clara M. Lissaman
MARGRET B. FRELIGH
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Eugene E. Wilson, Smuts, Alf. M. Landon, S. R. Drury Lowe, David B. Pearson, David Lawrence, James R. Angell