"Who's at fault?"—the recognition that can heal

What instigates conflict is often very subtle, but prayer can uncover and destroy it.

I lay down next to our daughter Betsy at nap time. She had been quiet for a time, and I was just beginning to drift off to sleep when she said in a firm voice, "It's not your fault!" It was almost as though she prayed those words; they were said with such fervency.

"Honey, what were you saying?" I asked.

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