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By A.J. Alexander
To the Laude fandom—I still don’t get it.
They called him a king, yet gave him no crown.
But no one expected Laudilas de Glas to care, and he was happy to oblige. Crowns had never been to his liking, whether the costume ones made of paint and cheap brass that he wore on stage, or the one that had once lined his grandfather’s brow. The Mad King had been the last to wear the Glass Crown, his actions shattering the centuries-old relic and bringing a once royal family down deep into the gutter—
Or in Laude’s particular case at the moment, Prevecost District Four Jailhouse.
The actor sighed out a wine-sodden breath and rubbed at his shackled wrists. It wasn’t his fault. Well, it was. He had punched the man. Twice. But how was he supposed to know the loud-mouthed foreigner was a diplomat from the holy city of…
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Yesterday when I was walking Savannah, a six-year-old girl ran up to me—pretending to be brave and attempting to hide her fear. She had been playing with two older girls who abruptly ran away and left her alone in a strange neighborhood. She couldn’t find her friends and she couldn’t find her home. Savannah and I walked with the child until she got home.
The scary thing is what could have happened. She could have been kidnapped. She could have been attacked by a dog. She could have been injured in a fall, or from getting hit by a car, or a bike. Her friends never thought of possible dangers when they ran away and left her—they were enjoying a laugh, totally oblivious to the distress of their young friend. Thankfully, God protected the child.
The Bible says that wisdom comes from God. It does. It also comes from experience…
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If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God, that giveth to all men liberally, and upbraideth not; and it shall be given him. James 1:5