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[The above is substantially the text of the program released for broadcast the weekend of June 9-11 in the radio series, "How Christian Science Heals," heard internationally over approximately 700 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. 404 - Dealing with the Problem of Gambling
SPEAKER: For many years today's guest felt that gambling was an important part of his life. He enjoyed it and didn't find any convincing reason to stop. But his viewpoint underwent a complete change, and he's going to tell you how this happened. Let me introduce Melvin M. Pellman of Palos Verdes Estates, California.
MR. PELLMAN: It's the easiest thing in the world to drift along and not even realize you're breaking the First Commandment—pursuing false gods. I know, in my case, I did that with gambling. I liked card playing of all kinds, and then betting on horse races. I lost thousands of dollars at the races.
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Our "individual kingdom"
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NOT ONE IS LOST
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Beauty an Essential Quality of God
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