"I don't know why I have cancer," Tony wrote in Christianity Today last year, "and I don't much care." He continued, "We don't know how the narrative of our lives will end but we get to choose how to use the interval between now and the moment we meet our Creator face to face.
"Those who have been stricken enjoy the special privilege of being able to fight with their might, main and faith to live — no matter how their days may be numbered."
May he enjoy everlasting life.
Holy Week is upon us, Lent has been a bear, and, a baby. - I trust you have been having a blessed and holy Lent. I seem to remember last year as not needing a lot of additional disciplines, as they came pre-pac...
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