A Christian Science period in the "Columbia West Coast Church of the Air"...

A Christian Science period in the "Columbia West Coast Church of the Air" series was conducted from Station KNX, Hollywood, California, on Sunday morning, January 29, 1939, at eight o'clock, by Archibald W. Edes. This program was radiocast under the auspices of the Committee on Publication for Southern California and had the approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors. Miss clemence Gifford, the soloist, was assisted by Mr. Charles W. Adams, organist.

The program opened with the solo "Love," by Mac-Dermid; the words of this solo were written by Mary Baker Eddy. Mr. Edes then read an address substantially as follows:

In the Gospel of Luke is recorded an incident that must have made a deep impression on the disciples of Jesus. They were crossing the lake when a sudden storm arose, tossing the ship, and threatening them all with destruction. In great distress they awakened the Master from his untroubled sleep and he arose, and through his clear understanding of ever-present good, the winds and waves were stilled and "there was a calm" (Luke 8:24). Then followed that terse yet loving rebuke to their faintheartedness, "Where is your faith?"

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"What cannot God do?"
February 4, 1939

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