Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

Not Another Grey Hair!

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This topic was suggested by a listener.  Let’s face it.  We are all going to get old and eventually die.  The grey hairs start coming in and wrinkles too.  The bones ache and muscles are sore.  We cannot do the things we once loved to do.  Growing old can make us cranky or we can be joyful in the process.  Where are you with aging gracefully?  Let’s talk about how we can embrace the stages of life and do so in a dignified manner.  Call us on Monday with your “take” on this topic.  1-833-288-3986.

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One thought on “Not Another Grey Hair!

  1. Well, the premise of your program is wrong, not all of us get to grow old and then die. Many people die when they are young ( young and old are obviously relative terms). There was an evangelical preacher who used to point out that 250,000 people die every day. His point seemed to be to expect it and be ready for it, with regard to our relationship with God. Another aspect of that is that our loved ones will die. It doesn’t have to shatter our lives, if we trust in the Lord. Variously, the Bible seems to indicate a 7 day or a 30-day mourning period. How long should people mourn? How do they get ON with their lives?

    Anyway, I’d like to hear the Jerry-and-Debbie version about reading the Bible. The Bible is boring in many places, and there’s a lot of the Bible that doesn’t seem to apply to modern people. How do people feel about the Bible? Do you consider it your DUTY to read the Bible? Why or why not? (The first 9 chapters of 2nd Chronicles are filled with genealogies.)

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