Hope for John Lennon

Taking a brief break on the road today (on the way to Cleveland!) and heard on the radio that today is the 30th anniversary of John Lennon’s murder.

There’s an interesting life. Someone so intelligent and talented, and yet someone so morally confused who, ultimately, contributed to the further degradation of our culture.

I’m glad that there is a day coming when John Lennon will rise again and truly get to know the One who created him. It helps to “give peace a chance” when you know the Prince of Peace.

Back to the highway for me — have a great day!

4 thoughts on “Hope for John Lennon

  1. Gimme Some Truth

    Perhaps it is worth noticing that when John Lennon penned the line, “Imagine no possessions” he was a multi-multi-millionaire.

  2. Todd

    Hello Mr. Smith & Family
    You are a truly inspireing , thoughtful , kind, and extremely Dedicated servant of Almighty God & His Son !!
    Thank you ever so much !!!!
    Sincerely Thankful for Servants like You !!!!!


  3. Norbert

    I was just looking up some of his more popular quotes. One of them suggests he was blind, which of course is a cause for moral confusion.

    “I believe in God, but not as one thing, not as an old man in the sky. I believe that what people call God is something in all of us. I believe that what Jesus and Mohammed and Buddha and all the rest said was right. It’s just that the translations have gone wrong.”

    I believe the whole of history shows people need something within themselves to help translate the difference between right and wrong.

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