“What really matters is what happens IN us – not TO us.”
The Joe Reed testimony
His generation is not likely to share a whole lot about their past. “Back then, boys were taught not to cry.” He held it all inside for so many decades and medicated through alcohol to numb his feelings, his pain and his thoughts.
Veteran Joe Reed says, “I have no regrets. My life has taught me a lot and prepared me for this phase of my earthly journey. At age 74 I have finally found peace and purpose. Forgiveness has freed me like I never would have imagined.”
I encourage you to view this video testimony of a very humble man who (despite a most challenging life) can testify to God’s faithfulness.
Another message of hope is coming your way!