(Lisa Great) “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45).
Each generation seeks to give their children something they did not have. My grandparents gave my parents three meals a day, clothes on their backs and a roof over their head. This was a step up from the depression through which they lived and wondered where their next meal may come from.
My parents’ generation gave us bikes to ride, video games to play, phones to talk on and televisions to watch. This was a step up from the radio they listened to and the games they made up in the neighborhood like kick the can or hide and seek. Now my generation has given the next generation maid service, abundance of food, money and computers (including $500 phones with unlimited data). Each generation since the early 1900s has prospered greatly and this is a sign of a growing nation that has been blessed in ways that many take for granted. READ MORE