Can prayer really transform your life? From bad to good?
From pain or despair to health and harmony?
On Saturday and Sunday, May 20 and 21, hear two free lectures about prayer that’s proved life-transforming for thousands of individuals worldwide.
Tony Lobl, a lecturer from Surrey, England and practitioner of Christian science healing, will speak from his own experience of prayer that not only freed him from addiction to gambling and cured a life-long illness of sinusitis, but brought a whole new way of viewing himself and others.
With this 'new view', health and wellbeing became the norm.
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“My addiction was the gambler’s roller-coaster ride of thrilling highs and crushing lows that I never imagined I could resist,” Tony said. “Yet I was finally pulled back from the brink, and not just temporarily. Three decades later I’ve never once looked back.”
He describes his journey as ‘a step-by-step emergence’, resulting from study of Christian science, into a clearer consciousness of himself and others as the loved child of an ever-forgiving, divine Father-Mother.
Tony will also talk about the life of a nineteenth century New England woman, Mary Baker Eddy, who struggled with invalidism for decades.
Her search for a cure led her ‘to trace all physical effects to a mental cause’, and led to her discovery of this completely spiritual system of healing, which has been successfully practised for more than 150 years, just as in Bible times.
A life-long Bible student, Eddy said: "I discovered the Christ science or divine laws of Life, Truth and Love and named my discovery Christian Science.”
Come and hear for yourself at two free lectures about this science of Christianity.
The first lecture, titled Prayer that transforms us will be held at 2pm on Saturday, May 20, and the next day, the second lecture Mary Baker Eddy’s legacy: 150 years of practical spirituality on Sunday, May 21 at 2pm.
Both lectures are free and will be held at the Christian Science Reading Room, 92 Florence Street, Wynnum.