Stamped in Red Letters

Just discovered this teacher’s stamp in my desk drawer.

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I twisted the the knob to scroll through the rubber words. There was still some red ink on the ones most used: VERY GOOD and EXCELLENT.

What if God had a stamper like this? If I received my life back stamped in Red Letters, how would it read?

  • Improving – When I was a child
  • Good – When I was in grade school
  • Very Good – When I graduated
  • Excellent – When I got my graduate degrees
  • Neat work – When I became employed
  • Messy – When I married
  • Watch Punctuation – When I had children
  • Spelling Errors – When I was a teacher
  • Incomplete – When I began coaching. Then quit coaching
  • See me – Write, He said.
  • Not satisfactory – Edit, He said.
  • Do Over – Funny how these words sound different coming from Him.

Makes a good life story.

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About wlebolt

Wendy is a health and fitness professional and coach who specializes in helping young athletes dig deep to reach high. Her business, Fit2Finish, LLC, serves the Washington DC metropolitan area.

Posted on September 13, 2013, in Life, Mind and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Clever approach! I really like this! And I really wish I had that stamper!!! 😉

    • Yep. It just tickled me. How I dearly wanted to be stamped excellent in my youth and now am happy I get a do over. He stamps truth in every stage. Must have a sense of humor, that God!

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