"Pray for me"

"Pray for me," cries the stranger peering anxiously into a crowd or a television lens. At the very least we may want to reach out and say to such a one: "It's all right. Be still, and know that God is loving you. Just now it may seem that you've made some mistakes, and maybe there's a lot of working out to be done, but there's hope!"

Then we may be stopped short. How clear are we about the basis for offering such hope?

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August 12, 1996
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