Reverend Sara Marean turned off the car and looked over at the bulky gift bag on the seat beside her. The bag contained a prayer shawl that had been woven by women in her East Congregational Church in Milton. It was beautiful—a soft, navy blue wool that seemed to absorb the early morning sun. When it was finished, every one of the nine women in the group had laid her hands upon the shawl and offered a prayer asking God to help the person for whom it was intended. Does prayer heal? Read the full story in Sep/Oct issue of The Saturday Evening Post.
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