A farmer in New Zealand, a pilot in a jet tanker, and a businessman in his car were each suddenly faced with what appeared to be destructive weather conditions. The farmer realized that his trust in God was more powerful than the hailstorm about to ruin his crops. The pilot's instant trust in God calmed his thought in the midst of violent air conditions. The businessman found complete security for himself, his wife, and their possessions in the midst of a tornado. Each of the participants, through his effective prayer, was able to avoid being victimized by weather.

During the week of February 18 many English-speaking areas will broadcast this program. Christian Science Reading Rooms have information about the local radio station's day and time of broadcast. This information is also published in certain local newspapers.

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February 17, 1973

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