The Washington Post has a headline remembering Chuck Colson as “Nixon’s dirty tricks man,” but that is not how Colson died. Nor is it how he will be remembered. Nor is it how he is now in the presence of Christ. Nor is it worthy to be compared to the glory that is to be revealed in brother Colson in the resurrection.
We never got over your testimony, Mr. Colson. Rest in peace, brother.
Revelation 12:11 “And they overcame him because of the blood of the Lamb and because of the word of their testimony, and they did not love their life even to death.”
Leading his obituary with “Nixon’s ‘dirty tricks’ man” is like remembering Jean Valjean as a thief and a galley slave.
Beautiful example Hugh, couldn’t have stated it better.
Very nice Denny. Chuck was quite an example for us all. Lord bless his fam and friends in their time of grief. He is with Jesus, his Lord and Savior. I wish I was with him, to be honest.
But, “For me to live is Christ.”-Paul the Apostle
Have a terrific joy-filled Lord’s day in our Savior’s presence with His people!