Prayer and the News

For anyone who trusts in the efficacy of prayer the daily newspaper offers many opportunities to put that trust into practice. I have before me the front page of The Christian Science Monitor for Wednesday, March 2, 1966. I read that "the United States needs additional democratic safeguards for big economic decisions like setting price and wage levels"; teachers in the Midwest are "putting on the collective-bargaining pressure"; in the Mississippi Basin "March snowfall holds the key to spring floods. ... The next 15 days should hold the answer"; the underemployed Sioux on a South Dakota Indian Reservation "suddenly see new hope" as job-making industries are being attracted to the reservation; "several cities of the Midwest are making a new move to tomahawk their slums"; Congress is not yet in full agreement over administration policy on the war in Vietnam.

On this front page alone there are brought to the attention of the reader ten problems involving important decisions to be made in the near future. And one apparently depends for its outcome upon natural forces.

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