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[The above is substantially the text of the program released for broadcast the week of August 7-13 in the radio series, "The Bible Speaks to You," heard internationally over nearly 900 stations. This is one of the weekly programs prepared and produced by the Christian Science Committee on Publication, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.]
RADIO PROGRAM No. 123 - How Can Prayer Heal the Body?
INTERVIEWER: The connection between prayer and physical healing puzzles many people. In his book, "Primer for the Perplexed." the author. Alson J. Smith, raises some questions frequently asked about prayer. He giants that prayer has a spiritual effect on the one who prays, but he asks, "Can it change things physically?" (© 1962, by Alson J. Smith, The John Day Company, New York, N. Y.) How would you answer that question?
SPEAKER: Prayer does change physical conditions, and it changes them by correcting the mental attitudes which lead to such conditions. This correction of thought demands spiritual power, the power of God, divine Truth. The individual needs to spiritualize his thinking and let the power of divine Truth replace his wrong mental attitude.
Yielding to God's Will
JAMES K. KYSER
"A little more grace"
LAURA E. LOVETT MURPHY
JOHN H. WILLIAMS
"We are not divided"
HELEN OAKLEY ROCKHOLD
FROM SENSE TO SOUL
Grace Lillian Snell
Let Us Challenge Weariness
JOHN B. WEBB
Spiritual Ideas Bring Deliverance
LA VONA LINHARDT
"WHAT IS THAT TO THEE?"
Winifred A. Yates
Debbie Learns a Lesson
Helen Wood Bauman
Let's Destroy Domination
Carl J. Welz
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Mrs. Eddy, the Discoverer and...
J. Henry Ball
Many years ago when I had only...
Mary E. Stanley
I have many reasons to be grateful...
In the past two years I have had...
John R. Cox
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May B. Ingram
I am happy to testify to the...
Katharine Marian Gover with contributions from L. Muriel Gover
Signs of the Times
with contributions from John Marvin Rast, W. D. Adams