Growing up without a father, I know the true importance of having someone to look up to, to be a mentor, to be there through the troubling times in life. Living life alone can be a harrowing experience. The innocent souls left to themselves will be prone to experiment and to wander, their tender heart open to the excitement and devices of an evil world. There is no temptation so harmless or question so trivial that the inquisitive mind will not seek to unravel. Giving in or falling from grace is not a pattern we should strive to follow; and, once surrendered, we soon realize the folly of our actions. Guilt, or the guilty, will always seek restitution; in their shame and remorse they seek to regain their innocence. Once surrendered, all innocence is lost; the only forgiveness available is found at the foot of an old rugged cross.
From the unpublished works of GLH “Accountability, a need to be Responsible” My Own Melody, LLC 2016
REALITY, OUR SINS ARE WHAT TOOK JESUS TO THE CROSS. THOUGH HE DIED ALONE, WE MUST MEET HIM THERE IF WE ARE TO GAIN HIS TOTAL FORGIVENESS AND COMPLETE REST.