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Our Hope and Our Salvation

Our Hope and Our Salvation

By Maria Shriver
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Good Sunday morning. I hope I’m finding you in a good space. I hope you are able to look towards this upcoming week with some hope, some faith that things are going to get better.

Last week was tough. Several people were shot for making the kind of every day mistakes all of us make. One knocked on the door of the wrong house. Another turned their car around in the wrong driveway. One mistook their car for someone else’s in a parking lot. And another—a 6-year-old child and her father—were shot after trying to retrieve a ball that had rolled into a neighbor’s yard.

Wow, I know tempers are short these days and guns are everywhere, but really? Is this where we find ourselves? Lord have mercy.

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