Proverbs 17:6

Proverbs 17:6
Grandchildren are the crowning glory of the aged.
Proverbs 17:6

After Thought

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Grandchildren give a grandparent the opportunity to once again embrace some of the memories from their own childhood.
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~ Pastor Bob
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