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"Pressured? Let God govern." (part two)

Olga Chaffee: You're listening to The Herald of Christian Science presented by The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. I'm Olga Chaffee. We've been talking about facing pressures—either from others or from yourself.

Laurie Haas: And I'm Laurie Haas. The person we're going to hear from tells us about a time when she was feeling very hurried and rushed. She was careless and got herself into quite a difficult circumstance. Her name is Dorothy Stoddart. She's from Oxford, England.

Dorothy Stoddart: I was working with a chemical substance, a very strong weedkiller. I knew there were instructions and warnings on the bottle, but I disregarded them. One instruction was not to work in a confined space. But I was working in a very confined space, a small shed with the door closed.

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Christianity "let out of the box"
June 3, 1991

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