It’s a real pleasure! – A SATURDAY THOUGHT (plus Waverley and Weybridge talks)

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This is from Miscellaneous Writings (p. 82). The full quote reads:

“Immortal Mind is God, immortal good; in whom the Scripture saith “we live, and move, and have our being.” This Mind, then, is not subject to growth, change, or diminution, but is the divine intelligence, or Principle, of all real being; holding man forever in the rhythmic round of unfolding bliss, as a living witness to and perpetual idea of inexhaustible good.”


My final two Christian Science lectures of this lecture year (July 1 to June 30) take place over the next two weeks. All are welcome, but I would be surprised if anyone manages to attend both! They are a little far apart….Screen Shot 2017-05-27 at 18.06.46.png

This Sunday I finish off my Australian tour with a 2pm talk at Huntingtower School in Waverley, Melbourne (Orchestra Room, 77 Waimarie Dr, Mt Waverley, Victoria, 3149).

Then I will be hosted by the Walton & Weybridge church (70 Oatlands Dr, Weybridge, Surrey, England, KT13 9JA) on Saturday June 10, back home in Surrey. This 3pm (UK time) lecture will also be live streamed for those who are 10,525 miles away! Or for anyone else. (Details are here.)

The subject of both talks is “Prayer that transforms us”.

Thanks to all of you that have sponsored my lectures this year and/or attended them, or have watched them live online through live streaming, Facebook Live, or as a webinar. And thanks for all the post-lecture or post-webinar video views on YouTube.

“The intercommunication is always from God to His idea, man,” as Science and Health says (p. 284)…but it sure is a joy being a witness to all that happening, and it has been a great privilege to meet so many of you in person at these occasions.

Thank you for each being the unique “living witness to and perpetual idea of inexhaustible good” that you are! : )

 

 

 

 

 

 

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