A Christian Science program...

A Christian Science program was conducted from Station WEAF, New York City, on Sunday afternoon, February 15, at 1.15 by Mr. B. Palmer Lewis, Committee on Publication for the State of New York, with the approval of The Christian Science Board of Directors. The soloist, Mrs. Helen Young, was assisted by a staff organist.

The program opened with a solo, "Enough to Know," by Frances Porter Ross. Then Mr. Lewis read an address substantially as follows:

As one scans the world horizon and views the raging conflict, it may seem difficult to realize that there is a supreme, governing intelligence, ever active in the orderly unfoldment and control of its own vast creation. Yet, looking to the beauties of nature, one cannot but recognize that the orderly coming and going of the seasons, the rise and fall of the tides of the seas, the blossoming and unfolding of the bud typify perfection, and that there must be, and is, a Supreme Being, Spirit, God, good, who with the infinite power of Love tenderly embraces within His infinitude all real being. Then with the Psalmist one exclaims, "When I consider thy heavens, the work of thy fingers, the moon and the stars, which thou hast ordained; what is man, that thou art mindful of him?"

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