A precious thing for souls

I have just read The Lutheran Witness for March. I want to send you my thanks for this magazine. On page 18, I noticed “Receiving Consolation.” This article was well written and made a serious point. I know where this person has been. The ability of a pastor to listen and forgive is one part of that calling that will help many to be able to go back to living without guilt.


The times are hard, but the soul is the same. We still need the spiritual life given to us by Jesus. I am more than pleased to see that this is being done.
Do keep up the good work.


Dale Erickson
Las Animas, Colo.


 


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