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Effecting change

“Is this ever going to budge?” a friend asked recently about a political situation that was troubling her. She then went on to list a whole series of political issues where there’s either been no change for years, or worse, where things seem to be moving in the opposite direction.

My friend’s question reminded me of my own prayers for change, in which I’d found two examples from

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