“And now you know – the rest of the story.” That was the famous closing line spoken by broadcaster Paul Harvey at the end of his beloved radio program.
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The anticipation and the thrill of the unknown are part of the joyful experience of the holiday. That tangible, wrapped gift, resting in mystery under the evergreen certainly has the ability to honor and bless those in our lives.
On July 4th, the nation will join in concert to celebrate 237 years in the life of America. But more than fireworks, cookouts, baseball games or singing the national anthem, for many it’s the sight of the American flag that captures the spirit of Independence Day and the gratitude of a free people.
Recently, a friend told a story about how after his father passed away, he found stacks of dusty journals in boxes of his father’s keepsakes. As he flipped through the pages, he came across an entry from when he was about 7 years old that read, “Work is overwhelming right now, but I kept my plans to take my son fishing for the first time.”