Originally blogged on September 3, 2019.
My Musings – Been thinking a lot about the aging process here lately. In my adult Sunday School class yesterday, we talked about the various age groups in the Body and how they relate to each other, noting that older does not always equate with more mature in the faith. Wouldn’t it be nice if we matured as fast (at least it seems fast now that I am in my mid-sixties) as we aged? I confessed to the class to being older (it was quite obvious, of course), but not old (some denial going on?). I also told them I aspired to being the oldest in our Church, but was willing to be patient about it.
Back to aging, versus maturing. In the above text, as John speaks of three ages of men (children, young men and fathers) he could just as well be speaking about the three stages of…
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