Lock and chains

vigor

Punxsutawney, United States

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Dec. 2011
Ridgeway Pennsylvania
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This old lock was on a chain to a mausoleum door at the cemetary last week. It reminds me of that scene from A Christmas Carol when Ebenezer Scrooge goes back to his cold and drafty home on Christmas Eve when he starts seeing things move and hearing the clanking of the chains that are bound to his long time associate Jacob Marley who had died 7 years earlier that very night. He came to warn Ebenezar that if he didn’t soon change his miserly ways, he too would end up in bondage for the terrible decisions he had made all his life instead of helping others and doing the right things. I love this Christmas classic as the message is so very true for all of us today. While we may not get visited by the three spirits, we most definitely will have to leave this world one day and we will either be like Jacob Marley, who regrets the fact that he made money his god or we can choose to make Christ our Lord and Savior and someday live for eternity with God who will set us free. As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord!!! (not money)

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