When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child;
1 Corinthians 13:11
In the Fall of my life, leaves peeled away from my branches and fell to the ground. In my understanding, I was like a tree. Once flourishing in a glow of parental care, the green leaves of innocence of my very young times. The sureness and comfort of youth. The seriousness of my cares lie in my next meal or when I should see my Father’s face when he arrived home from work. When I was a child I did not fear. I did not have a care for anything outside of a very small sphere of influence. Lies are awaiting, seeking.
Jesus was a name in a book and as my green leaves began to wither and turn to a fiery orange-red, I felt a change…
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