Posted by: pastordiehl   in Uncategorized

William Booth, the founder and commanding general of the Salvation Army, was unable to sleep one night. His son, Bramwell, who lived next door, saw that the light was on in his father’s home. Thinking something might be wrong, he went to his parents’ house. He found his father pacing back and forth with a wet towel wrapped around his head.

“Father,” he asked, “shouldn’t you be asleep?”

“No,” William replied, “I am thinking.” Seeing the puzzled look that crossed his son’s face, he put his hands on Bramwell’s shoulders and solemnly said, “I am thinking about people’s sins. What will they do with their sins?”

Have you ever asked yourself what others would do with their sins? Perhaps we should.

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