In Answer to Prayer

In a recent issue of The Saturday Evening Post, Rollin E. Smith tells the story of "The Passing of the Great American Locust Plague." The event transpired in April, 1877, and was believed by hundreds of God-fearing men and women to have been a direct answer to prayer.

"In the summer of 1873," says Mr. Smith, "considerable damage was done to the crops in two or three counties in the southwestern part of Minnesota by grasshoppers, or Rocky Mountain locusts."

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