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[Following is the text of the program of the above title released for broadcast the week end of October 28–30 in the radio series, "How Christian Science Heals," heard internationally over more than 800 stations. This is one of the weekly programs produced by the Christian Science Committee on Publication, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston 15, Massachusetts.]
RADIO PROGRAM No. 111 - Is It Safe to Rely on God?
On this program Mrs. Alice Kinsman Smith of Chicago, Illinois, told of her own experience. The program was as follows:
Speaker: Wasn't it significant that Christ Jesus always instantly and wholeheartedly turned to God in every need? And God never failed to meet the need, no matter how urgent it was. Is it safe for you to turn to God in the face of what appears to be great danger and confidently rely on Him for healing, no matter where you are, no matter what the condition may be? We're going to let our guest answer this question. She had to make a quick and vital decision. Under great stress of circumstances she chose to rely on God for healing instead of a surgical operation. Let me present Mrs. Alice Kinsman Smith of Chicago, Illinois.
Mrs. Smith, your healing was quite a remarkable one to you, wasn't it? Tell us why.
DOUGLAS C. HAUSCH
DON'T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK!
MARJORIE D. MANLEY
THEY CAME TO BE HEALED
CONSTANCE A. HUNT
Henrietta M. Dobbie
"AS A LITTLE CHILD"
AYLETT L. WOOD
LE ROY WEIL
THE UPWARD WAY
RUTH W. HEYWOOD
MIND, NOT MESMERISM, CONTROLS MAN
Robert Ellis Key
"STUDY TO BE QUIET"
It has been over three years now...
J. Stevens Girault
Many times I have made the...
Ferne Harris Burton
I could never express in words...
Freda M. Burroughs with contributions from Lester G. Burroughs
I had the glorious privilege of...
Barbara N. Johnston
I became interested in Christian Science...
Eda Annie Ward
I should like to express my deep...
Christian Science has meant...
Julia W. Buehler
While visiting friends, I began to...
John G. Foster
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Otto Jaeckel