About A Relationship

Occasionally my son comes home to do his laundry. I suppose life catches up with him and his laundry loads get too full. Our home is close, convenient and free.  The “prodigal” son didn’t actually become prodigal until after he left home. He was young, inexperienced and when life caught up with him, he eventually came up short. There are times when my son’s visit is inconvenient, but never am I unhappy to see him. While he may have left home to live on his own, he didn’t leave our relationship. I thank God that I am able to receive him and his laundry. But when he came to himself he said, I will get up and go to my father… (Luke 15:1-2,11-32).” 

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