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[Following is substantially the text of the program of the above title released for broadcast the week end of December 18-20 in the radio series, "How Christian Science Heals," heard internationally over approximately 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. 327 - Some Fundamentals of the Prayer That Heals
Speaker: There's a great deal of interest these days in learning how prayer can be a constructive influence in people's lives, how it can give them a new outlook and purpose, and how it can heal serious physical conditions. And so today we're going to discuss quite thoroughly a verified experience of this kind. Our guest was cured of a serious organic condition. She was cured entirely through prayer. And with the healing, her life was transformed; it took on new meaning. It's an inspiring story, a story that shows how effective prayer can be.
I'd like to introduce Mrs. Eunice Fischman, of Cincinnati, Ohio, the woman who actually had this healing. We're delighted to have you with us, Mrs. Fischman.
THE DEVELOPMENT OF TRUE POWER
"A WAY IN THE WILDERNESS"
DOROTHY DELLANO RUMAGE
"A GOD AT HAND"
J. LESLIE HADDON
BRINGING ALL OUR TITHES INTO THE STOREHOUSE
MARGARET FLINT JACOBS
"OUR TRIALS BLOOM IN BLESSINGS"
FLINT LEWIS TOWNSEND
THE REMEDY FOR FEAR
OBEYING THE LAW OF LOVE
JOHN HAY SCOTT
ACT LIKE A CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST
DOROTHY E. GATES
THE MANNA OF TODAY
"A GLORIOUS DAY IS DAWNING"
John J. Selover
My first physical healing in...
Katharine M. Taylor
When I was but a babe in arms,...
Volney W. Shepard with contributions from Ruth Hunstock
Shortly after I married, I was...
Dorothy Rudolf Sawyer
It is with deep gratitude to God...
About twenty-six years ago,...
Madeline H. Hughes
About forty years ago a woman...
Bessie Archibald Mabee
Both my husband and I attended...
Cynthia M. McBride
I should like to express gratitude...
Robert Peake Miles