The station announcer said: Good afternoon, Ladies and...

The station announcer said: Good afternoon, Ladies and Gentlemen: It is Columbia's pleasure to present another program in the fifth consecutive year of the "Church of the Air" series. The service today is coming to you form Station CFRB and is approved by The Christian Science Board of Directors of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. The broadcast is conducted by James W. Fulton, Christian Science Committee on Publication for the Province of Ontario. The subject of Mr. Fulton's address is "Spiritual Healing." The soloists, Katherine Young and James Shields, are accompanied by Ruby Ramsey Rouse, organist, John Duncan, harpist, and Blaine Mathe, violinist, with Roy Locksley directing. We now give the service into the hands of Mr. Fulton.

Hymn No. 96 from the Christian Science Hymnal was then sung.

Mr. Fulton then read an address substantially as follows: I am grateful for the opportunity of being with you at this time and of sharing a message which I trust will be both comforting and healing. To all "weary wanderers, athirst in the desert" (Science and Health, p. 570), Christian Science brings the assurance that the obtaining of a correct understanding of God as Spirit, as Life, Truth, and Love, and of man as made in the divine likeness, will resolve chaos into order and unfold a life of health, harmony, and usefulness.

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Full Redemption
December 21, 1935

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