It was bedtime, and we were wrapping up our evening with family devotions.
On this night, Truxton was ready with a barrage of questions.
When we see God when we go to live with Him, will he be wearing clothes?
When we live with God, will there be toys there?
What if a monster already got me and you and Mama and Gillian and we are already with God?
Does it take a long time to get to God when we die?
But if someone shoostes us, or kills us with a sword or a speared, then how are we going to get the blood off of us when we are with God?
With God, is it going to be like it is here, and will we still be all together?
Oh, sweet little boy.
In a way I am glad that he can’t imagine a life sweeter than his own, but we also want to instill a surety that it will be so much better than we can imagine.
May God give us wisdom as we tend these little souls for Him.