Today we had the opportunity to go to the visitation of a youth from our church that was killed in a car crash yesterday; a kid in his early 20’s with so much life left to live.  It wasn’t too long ago that he accepted Christ, but we are thankful for the hope we have that he is spending eternity with Jesus.

This is reality.  Life isn’t always rainbows and unicorns.  It doesn’t always make sense.  However, I am thankful for a God who has our lives in His hands.  I am thankful that I can be sure of where I will spend eternity.  The truth is, we never know what moment might be our last.  It is days like today that make me even more anxious to share the hope that I have with everyone I meet.  There is not an opportunity worth missing.


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