So after running the Thanksgiving Half and experiencing a few lingering reminders of the day, I think I am hanging up my half-marathon hat.
Today on a run I met up with a lovely couple who have a ministry for retiring greyhounds who have also run their last race. The grace and mercy and warm welcome this couple gives to these brave doggie souls reminds me of the welcome we have available every day and then ultimately at the end of this earth’s race.
“Well done, good and faithful servant,” God says to us then; not on the basis of our runs but on the basis of Jesus’ gift of his sacrificial life and death and resurrection.
So from one retiring greyhound to another, let me say to you: “Go sit at the table where grace is not only said but served . . .”
Earth has no sorrow that heaven can’t heal.
Posted on Mon, December 21, 2015
by Jeff Pipe filed under