Then can the day when he served his country. He served as a privilege.
He said World War II and Germany was HELL for both sides.
He does not talk much about those days.
He does not have a house, but he has a van for a home.
He doesn't smoke, doesn't drink, and doesn't do drugs.
He makes time to read and study His Bible.
So every time I see him, we talk about the Bible.
He has said several times, We are in the last days for America and for this world.
Sometimes I wish I was more like him with his love for Christ and his boldness.
Many years ago, when he became a Christian, he was afraid to tell people about Christ.
He told me with age come perspective. What can they do to me, I am almost 100.
After the war and after what I have seen, the world needs God.