“Cast me not off in the time of old age; forsake me not when my strength faileth,” —Psalm 71:9. In a society that is drifting further and further toward thinking only of self, this plea from God’s Word should not go unnoticed by God’s people. Institutions throughout this land are full of folks who, for the most part, are unknown and forgotten. Many of them will soon face eternity, and may never yet have experienced any real, unselfish Christian love coupled with the Gospel. Can we not find some time in our schedule to answer the psalmist’s plea?
A Christian should not forget all the senior citizens in the rest homes. If they are unbelievers, your visit might be their last chance to hear the wonderful news of salvation. If they are Christians, they are probably lonely and would like to know that they are not forgotten. Let us show these dear senior citizens how much God loves them by often visiting them.
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