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[The above is substantially the text of the program released for broadcast the weekend of July 20–22 in the radio series, "The Bible Speaks to You," 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. 16 - The True Hunger and Thirst
HOST: We've been hearing a lot lately about "compulsive" habits. We hear of compulsive gambling and compulsive drinking, and other kinds of compulsive behavior too. A large number of individuals have reached the point where they feel they can't get along without tranquilizers or stimulants, sleeping pills or some other kind of drug. Alcoholism now ranks as the third most serious health problem, while an estimated forty thousand people in the United States alone are considered to be incurably addicted to dope.
Specialists in human behavior have long felt that these enslaving habits are merely symptoms of a more deep-seated condition, such as a profound yearning for something which the individual feels is lacking in his life.
Dominion over Time
STREATFIELD H. COX, JR.
Frances Motley Pray
Be Victors, Not Victims
MERTYL B. BURSTOW
Smashing the Stereotype
JOHN D. HOLBROOK
Practicing Christian Science
RUTH CHRISTIE NICHOLS
Helen Faith Twichell
Naming the Name of Christ
KATHERINE ANNE STOFFEL
"God is taking care of me"
LINNIE CALLISON HEASLEY
To Acknowledge or to Neglect a Revelation
Carl J. Welz
"Not as the world giveth"
Ralph E. Wagers
Many years ago I was a public...
Mildred Rose Wright
My gratitude to God impels me...
Ada I. Crawford
It is with a grateful heart that...
I am grateful that my children...
Dorothea K. Wallace
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Frederica M. Hall with contributions from Jean Hall Michener
Many blessings have come into...
I should like to share with...
Columbia M. Diffen
Signs of the Times
with contributions from Lesslie Newbigin, W. H. Bourne