"So I’ll cherish the old rugged cross,
Till my trophies at last I lay down;
I will cling to the old rugged cross,
And exchange it some day for a crown."-George Bennard
My son-in-law put this excellent video together. Mike actually does video work for NSA.The service for Roscoe was awesome. And I don't use that word lightly.Thank You Lord for helping us through Roscoe's death, and helping us glorify Your name. Amen.
Wow. A couple of things hit me real hard. One was his perspective on prayer. I have a long way to go as it relates to prayer.The other thing is how he thanked God for all the people in his life, from the least to the greatest, because he learned someone from each and every one of them (Or something to that effect). What a humble and grateful outlook! I can see that I am more jaded, and less willing to put up with shenanigans.Thankfully, the Holy Spirit is not finished with me yet. Roscoe's story is a testimony of God's sanctifying process.
Craver, our Lord has used you greatly in my life my friend. And our wonderful Lord is not finished yet with us.Roscoe was the genuine article. He surely had to deal with his flesh as we all do, but for some reason God's grace was upon him in such a great measure, and he truly was very Christ-like, and a fine example to us all.Thanks for stopping by Craver. All for Jesus!
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