As we approach the time of year for celebrations and Memorials, let us remember what our brothers and sisters did over the years of our history. But, just as importantly, let us remember the why. In doing that, we should have grateful hearts because they were willing to do whatever it took to protect and preserve our way of life and the freedoms we enjoy. We should consider it a privilege to vote, speak our minds, choose our way of worship, and the pursuit of happiness we enjoy. Let us not celebrate, then walk away forgetting what we just heard or felt. Your Bible calls this being double-minded. Much like the person who goes to church and then forgets what he just learned about God. We need to be influenced in our lives by what we hear and celebrate. Otherwise, it is in vain. Let us be one of those who continually give some. In our faith walk and Memorials we celebrate “the some who gave all”.

God bless you,
Roger Papka

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