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[The above is an abbreviated, postproduction text of the program released for broadcast the week of April 7-13 in the radio series, "The Bible Speaks to You." Heard internationally over approximately 1,000 stations, the weekly programs are prepared and produced by the Christian Science Commitee on Publication, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02115.]
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 262 - Facing Up to Changes at Work
Questioner: Many people today are faced with the problem of job transfers, new assignments, business reorganizations—changes, essentially, in business. Some people look upon every new change as a challenge and an opportunity, but there are others that fear change. They don't know how to face up to it. Don't you agree?Speaker: Yes. But when a change is not made readily, perhaps this is because we're looking only to our human capability. And we certainly need a more reliable basis than that.
Everyone recognizes certain capabilities to be unlimited, such as honesty and kindness. Actually, integrity, intelligence, and love are not personal possessions. They are God-derived and God-bestowed. Our basic job is to express these qualities.
The Moral Demand
ELOISE PATTILLO HENDRICK
Man Is Not a Statistic
EARL C. WARD
Knowing, Being, and Doing
Ghosts in the Attic
MARGARET NOBLE PLEASANT
Jesus' Works: Truly Scientific
Minding Our Business
Althea Brooks Hollenbeck
"My real sight"
JEAN LUCE LEE
No Time Process Involved
William Milford Correll
Unselfed Love Essential to Healing
CARL J. WELZ
My wife and I were traveling by air recently when the pilot announced...
Frank A. Biederman with contributions from Helen Ellett Biederman, Betty B. Dunton
I was still a schoolgirl when I became a student of Christian Science,...
Marguerite E. Blackstone
Christian Science has brought many blessings into my life
Inez B. Braley
As I look back over the years since I began the study of Christian Science...
Loleita B. Pickering
Signs of the Times
William E. Phifer