How Salvation Works

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“Charlie, come out here and help me” says the elderly grandfather as he opens the screen door to the house just wide enough to stick his head through.

Charlie puts down the old rusty set of pliers and the……

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6 thoughts on “How Salvation Works

  1. Nancy Ruegg says:

    Of course, the point of your story is well-taken. Praise Jesus for his light! But you have told the story well also. I love the way Paw Paw talks. You’ve created an image of him through his words–slightly bent in worn overalls, sun-weathered skin, twinkling eyes behind glasses that won’t quite stay on his nose, large hands that offered stability and security. Am I close?!

  2. Nancy Ruegg says:

    P.S. Thank you for becoming a follower of my blog. I am honored you find the posts meaningful!

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