Sunday, May 15, 2005

Xx Xxxxxx Alone

He's caring, he is gentle.
His parents must have been fighting for a long time, eventually they divorced when he was about finished with highschool. He was intelligent and always got the best grades at school. He poured all of his engergies into his studies. And now he thinks that he doesn't need God. In fact, he says that God doesn't even exist.

I'm sad when I think about what he's missing. He doesn't have to do it all on his own. God's always there for him. But he doesn't understand. He keeps pretending that God doesn't exist.

This post was prompted by
From The Morning: She Was Too Strong For Training Wheels.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link. It sounds like there are many parallels. Unfortunately, I think this story is all too common. Both good and bad.

I also love In Christ Alone, my second favorite song to sing, right behind Amazing Grace.