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The main character in the French novel Les Misérables is Jean Valjean, an ex-convict haunted by his past. Like Valjean, we make choices that we wish we could take back. Choices of others may have harmed us, and we bear the scars today. We all bear physical and emotional wounds...
Holy One, may we see your face today. May we reflect your grace this day, and may our lives encourage others to fall more deeply in love with you. In the name of your Son, Jesus, we pray. Amen.
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