Golden Years

Golden Years

I think I understand what Billy Graham meant when he said in his book. Nearing Home that whoever called these years Golden simply did not know how gpell.olden.

For certain there are many great things about getting old, our schedule gets lighter, and we have more time to share with the kids and grandchildren. We get to tell great stories and people believe them, we understand the need for prayer more, we warm up toward others and we are not always doing what we must but now and then we get to something from our wish list.

How about a new schedule: maybe do something for a stranger Mon, Wed, and Fri. Then something on Tuesday and Saturday just for ourselves and the kids. Read something that will help you develop on Thursday, and close it out on Sunday sharing our faith with others in worship.

Now don’t get hung up on a schedule, for the great thing about these Golden Years is that they belong to us.

Use them for your stored up wealth, after all we don’t know how many we have.


Published in: on May 14, 2017 at 8:36 pm  Leave a Comment  

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