Reading yours words this fine morning will set me up for many moments of quiet contemplation today as i go about my jobs.
Your words have made me seriously look at my parents legacy of teaching to me and what they passed on. Spiritually it was very little as they were bound up by their carnal natures and the need to feed many children. They never went to church except for weddings etc. It was my uncle who was the preacher man whom I loved very much who first taught me about Jesus. All those lovely parables of the Good Samaritan and the Prodigal son, Daniel in the lion's den, Jonah and the whale and the feeding of the five thousand.
Yes I do remember that part of my childhood very fondly to this day. No one will truly know or have confirmation of their beliefs I agree until that day of Revelations.I personally can't wait. Hopefully I will be able to throw back my head laughingly say "I told you so", BUT that is just the quirk of my personality!
As long as I am with the Lord to stay and the pain and the joy of this life this earth will be as nothing in comparison.
Blessed Love to all Kindred Spirits
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