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"COME AND DINE"
A Christian Science lecture has one main objective, namely, to enhance the hearers' knowledge of God and of man in His image and likeness. As this knowledge is acquired and demonstrated, it purifies and uplifts human consciousness. A much-loved hymn expresses this very clearly (Christian Science Hymnal, No. 195):
'Tis what I know of Thee, my Lord and God,
That fills my soul with peace, my lips with song;
Thou art my health, my joy, my staff, my rod;
I lean on Thee, in weakness I am strong.
IMPORTANCE OF THE INDIVIDUAL IN CREATION
SAFETY IN SONSHIP
CLAIRE CHANCELLOR SPRIGGS
"COME AND DINE"
W. A. GIBSON MARTIN
THE GOOD FOR WHICH WE ASK
INEZ LISLE SCHOLFIELD
"WE OWN NO PAST"
FREDERIC E. EARLE
TURNING AFFLICTION INTO A BLESSING
CAROLINE E. BREMNER
ALL IS WELL WHEN WE LOVE
ANNA ROSALIE SCHMITZ-WYLER
Ernestine H. Porter
THE TWO GREAT COMMANDMENTS
Robert Ellis Key
Helen Wood Bauman
In deep appreciation of all the...
Hazel L. Coulter
When I was three years old,...
Hazel M. Reeves with contributions from Elizabeth Cailland
This testimony concerns the solving...
Raymond G. Summers with contributions from Evelyn Summers
When Christian Science found...
Scott W. Hayes
For fifteen years I have experienced...
Marjorie M. Votey
I give thanks to God daily for...
Doris Hirst with contributions from Lilian Partridge
That God is a present help under...
with contributions from Arthur J. Todd, Lillian A. Lamoreaux, Edward W. Fager, Marguerite Little Young, Richard J. Davis