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[The above is an abbreviated, postproduction text of the program released for broadcast the week of March 22-28 in the radio series, "The Bible Speaks to You." Heard internationally over more than 1,000 stations, the weekly programs are prepared and produced by the Christian Science Committee on Publication, 107 Falmouth Street, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. 02115.]
RADIO PROGRAM NO. 312 - Overcoming That Trapped Feeling at Work
Questioner: Many people in the business world often feel trapped in their jobs. They don't want to quit, though, no matter how frustrated they feel. Is there anything they can do other than simply put up with the situation?
Speaker: Well, I know what you mean because I've been through a similar situation. But there is another alternative. The Bible is full of accounts of people who felt trapped in one way or another and did succeed in overcoming frustration. Take the children of Israel. After being slaves in Egypt they wandered in the wilderness and were hungry, thirsty, and discouraged. But the Psalmist tells us (Ps. 107:6), "They cried unto the Lord in their trouble, and he delivered them out of their distresses."
Divine Control and True Poise
ALFRED MARSHALL VAUGHN
"Sensuality palsies the right hand"
GLADYS C. GIRARD
The Changing Universe
REGINALD G. GRIFFITHS
"Be ready in the morning"
RUTH T. KNIGHT
HERE I AM
"I do care!"
JOY STONHAM ROBBINS
Rough Road in the Rockies
EILEEN G. MANSFIELD
Things Are Thoughts
Helen Wood Bauman
A True Sense of Worth
William Milford Correll
Some of the many blessings that have come to me through a lifelong...
Ernest C. Pearson
During my lifetime I have never known or felt I wanted to know...
Margaret M. Peabody
This testimony as to the efficacy of Christian Science is long overdue
W. Gertrude Walker
When I was a baby, my mother was healed of a physical problem...
Marcia Smith MacKusick
One of our boys, riding his bicycle home one night after baseball...
Jeanette Ebert Sanford with contributions from Robert T. Sanford