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From The Congregationalist, April/May 1984 by Rev. Howard J. Conn, minister emeritus at Plymouth Congregational Church, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
"Throughout my life I have felt led by Divine Guidance, for my years have unfolded more richly than I could have planned or deserved. Like Robert Browning, I have been aware of 'a Hand always above my shoulder.' Without accepting the theological framework of the popular folk-hymn, I believe that all of us are recipients of 'amazing grace.'
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