By Derek Maul
It’s interesting how the way we mark the passage of time changes. We note birthdays with zeros at the end, and in the past we’ve measured via our children’s progress, then graduation from high school, passage through college, out into the world of work, and then marriage. But “now,” it’s our grandchildren who help us keep time.
What a wonderful letter Derek. I’ve written to most of our grandchildren too. I think most of them have read those letters and pray even though one has gone far astray that one day he will remember. Blessings to you my brother and fellow praying grandpa.
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