Guilt | Humility | Pride | Repentance | Salvation | Violence

The story is told of a fine Scottish Christian man who was a successful business man and who had one son. He was proud of his boy for he was for all outward purposes a splended, well-educated and respected young fellow — until one day he was arrested for embezzlement. At the trial he was found guilty. And all through the trial, and even up through the rendering of the verdict the young man appeared essentially unconcerned and proud and nonchalant. Certainly he was not humbled or broken by the experience thus far. But when the verdict was brought in — the judge told the young man to stand for the sentence. He stood, still somewhat cocky and proud. And he glanced around the courtroom, only to notice that over at his attorney’s table his father too was standing. His father had recognized that he was involved with the problem of what his boy had become. He looked and saw…

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