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[Following is the text of the program of the above title released for broadcast the week end of December 7-9 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. 169 - Overcoming Pride—A Foe in Ambush
Speaker: A false sense of pride is one of mankind's most subtle enemies. How often it is that egotism would make us do the wrong thing or would blind us to opportunities that are right at hand! But there is a way you and I can learn to overcome this treacherous habit of thought and find the harmony, freedom, and release this brings to all our human affairs. Our guest today found this true, and he's going to tell us about it now. Let me introduce Karl Shore of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Would you go ahead, Mr. Shore?
Mr. Shore: Well, I'd left a salesman's job with one of the country's largest food concerns to take the position of sales manager with a smaller company. But the firm failed, and I found myself out of a job; and this was at a time when very few men were being hired.
"WHERE ART THOU?"
GORDON V. COMER
PERFECT VISION DIVINELY AUTHORIZED
MARION J. KRECIK
SINGLENESS OF PURPOSE
W. BURTON WEBSTER
A CHRISTMAS CAROL
CLARA L. CARR
FLORENCE IRENE GUBBINS
FRANCES B. EDMONDSON
"WHAT THE UNDERSTANDING OF GOD BRINGS TO MAN"
JACK A. KRIEGER
A SIMPLE TRUTH
Elsie Babcock Pearce
"NOT ONE FAILETH"
DEALING WITH INSUBORDINATION
Helen Wood Bauman
I am grateful to have the privilege...
Nesta L. Whyte
It is with the prayer that others...
O. Alvin Hagen
My first introduction to Christian Science...
Jessie H. Case
I wish to express my gratitude for...
I shall be ever grateful to God,...
Christian Science was introduced...
Gladys L. Spenla with contributions from Virginia Ernest Whittington
One of the questions asked in...
Harold D. Shafer
That an understanding of the...
Joan Franklin Smutny
Signs of the Times
with contributions from David Lawrence, Don Jarman, Jo-ann Price, Eugene Carr, Alan Walker