Graves of Commonwealth soldiers of the Second World War stand at El Alamein Commonwealth War Cemetery in Egypt. In the history of warfare, the 20th century stands out as the bloodiest and most brutal.(Ed Giles/Getty Images)
Graves of Commonwealth soldiers of the Second World War stand at El Alamein Commonwealth War Cemetery in Egypt. In the history of warfare, the 20th century stands out as the bloodiest and most brutal.
(Ed Giles/Getty Images)

Someone’s Daughter … Someone’s Son

November 5, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Somewhere in this world today, someone’s daughter, someone’s son, is being slaughtered due to an act of war. When will it all end? Will we ever have world peace?
 

Recently I had the opportunity to officiate at my eldest son’s wedding.

Being still in deep recovery from recent congestive heart failure, God gave me the strength to stand in for the father of the radiant bride, then lead her down the aisle and conduct the wedding ceremony. It was a delightful and very memorable occasion.

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