By international speaker and Christian Science Practitioner
Beth Packer, CS
The How, Why and Wonder of Spiritual Healing
Find out how, and why, spiritual healing is such a powerful force for good in our lives today
Thursday 8th November at 1pm
49 York Street (opp. Wynyard St), Sydney
Christian Science Reading Room, Sydney
This lecture explores the phenomena of spiritual healing as recorded throughout the Bible – healing that for centuries had allowed people to live their lives with dominion and not be victims to their circumstances. And it shows by present-day examples, that such healing is not something of the past, but is a present possibility – an accessible transforming power for good in our lives today. It’s shown how a knowledge of our inseparable relationship to God brings practical healing solutions. Also, how practical, effective prayer can help us all experience divine power and protection in our lives. Included are multiple examples of the practicality of spiritual healing, including protection from an attack, healing of a medically diagnosed ‘incurable’ illness and effects of a severe accident.
Demystifying Spiritual Healing
Find security in an insecure world through the power of spiritual healing
Friday 9th November at 7pm
295 Broadway (Cnr Derwent St), Glebe
0413 028 445
This is a lecture full of heart and practical application. Through analogies and healing examples, in ‘Demystifying Spiritual Healing’ we discover where genuine security in our lives really comes from. The knowledge that there is a divine Principle underlying our lives that, when relied on, consistently brings peace and goodness to our lives, has been known and proved for centuries. We see that, by looking to God, Spirit, instead of materiality, the people in the Bible found reliable peace, healing and solutions to their everyday needs. And the discovery of the Science of Christianity, by Mary Baker Eddy, shows how we too can experience this same peace, security and healing, in our lives. It brings us to the realization that, we can no more run out of the good that we need than we can run out of God’s love for us.