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My Last Post Ever

This will be my official final post ever on this blog. Its been over 4 years since my last post. Much has changed in my life.

I’ve been divorced now over 2 years. I rarely if ever see my boys. I work for Airgas. I work a lot. I have to with child support being what it is.

I still trust in Christ though I rarely get much into theology apart from my own thoughts. I attend a small Presbyterian church mainly for the gospel and they loved me through my divorce.

I hate my sins.

I often battle depression.

I’m much more graceful now especially toward those who are struggling and/or hurting.

I’ve seen some dark days and lonely nights.

1 Timothy 1:15-16 remains me. Always will be.

So thank you to anyone who read my words all these years. Pray that I’d live, as Martin Luther said, a life of repentance.

Come say hello to me when we all get to heaven.

Goodbye.

Written by The Seeking Disciple

10/18/2021 at 5:47 AM

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  1. Thanks for opening your life to us. It has been valuable and is not over. God will again use you to help those like yourself. Brad.

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    Brad Miller

    10/18/2021 at 5:56 AM

  2. I don’t know you, but I sure am brokenhearted to hear that you have walked through this. Praying over you and your children.

    I read a quote a few years ago, and it came to my mind just now as I am typing this. It is from J. Gregory Mantles book, “The Way of the Cross”. David Ravenhill recommended it to me back in the day, and it was written in the late 1800’s (if I remember correctly). The quote:

    “The two great pillars upon which true Scriptural Christianity rests are the greatness of our fall and the greatness of our redemption.”

    Your struggle did not negate His calling on your life, Sure wish I could hug your neck. You have no idea how many people you’ve encouraged and ministered to on your blog. I’m so glad to hear a local body of believers and community has wrapped their arms around you. If you ever need another voice of support, I am always available.

    Lastly, you have given so much to so many people, and have never charged a penny. I know I am not the only one who would love to support the work you have done, especially if you ever decide to pick it back up. Just add a “support” option or link it to anything where we can bless you, and help you spend more time with those boys.

    Don’t put a period where the Lord may have a comma. Not in your personal life or ministerial. Romans 11:29
    *I’d never say this to someone who was not repentant

    randygoudeau

    10/18/2021 at 7:58 AM

  3. Thank you for all of your work in contending for the faith. Your blog was instrumental in my understanding of Classical Arminianism. I’m sorry about your struggles, but know that you are loved and appreciated by many in the family of faith, even those you have never met.

    Travis Squires

    10/18/2021 at 9:52 PM

  4. Roy,

    I’m not going to give you and Christian platitudes. I just want to say I’ve thought of you often over the last few years and wondered what happened to you. I’ve missed your writing.

    God does forgive and He would use again if you are willing. We all make mistakes and we all sin , regardless of what some theology teaches.

    We don’t worship theology. We worship God. Hang in there my friend and never give up.

    rjsauvageau04

    10/18/2021 at 10:59 PM


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