The station announcer made the statement: Good afternoon,...

The station announcer made the statement: Good afternoon, Ladies and Gentlemen. This is the Church of the Air. The Christian Science program today is coming to you from Station WBBM in Chicago—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 Hugh Stuart Campbell, Christian Science Committee on Publication for Illinois. The subject of Mr. Campbell's address is, "Be Still and Know." Music is furnished by a quartette composed of Helene Rahn, Therese Linton, Lynn Sackett, and Marc Nielsen. Walter Zimmerman is at the organ. We now give the service into the hands of Mr. Campbell.

Two hymns from the Christian Science Hymnal were sung by the quartette, the first being No. 208, the words of which were written by our beloved Leader, Mary Baker Eddy. Following this, Mr. Campbell read an address substantially as follows:

It is a rare privilege to address this far-reaching congregation of thoughtful listeners on a subject so near to our hearts; and I am grateful to submit to you my reasons for believing that the words of the Psalmist unfold the way of salvation for a troubled world in that familiar passage, "Be still, and know that I am God" (Psalms 46:10).

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"Keep thyself pure"
May 25, 1935

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