AUTOBIOGRAPHY x 17 A sinner was but a sinner; Satan was just that, like the rest. Vhat saves the rest?~—their own ellorts alone? No —or none might ever be saved. To their feeble efiorts is added the mighty help of pathetic. appeal- ingI imploring prayers that go up daily out of all the churches in Christendom and out of myriads upon myriads of pitying hearts. But who prays for Sa- tan? W'ho, in eighteen centuries. has had the com- mon humanity to pray for the one sinner that needed it most. our one fellow and brother who most needed a friend yet had not a single one, the one sinner among us all who had the highest and clearest right to every Christian‘s daily and nightly prayers, for the plain and unassailable reason that his was the first and greatest need. he being among sinners the supremest?

My friend made me a pillow inspired by my favorite Mark Twain piece. “Who, in eighteen centuries, has had the common humanity to pray for the one sinner who needed it most?” [1024 x 645]