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Parents absolutely hate seeing their children suffer. We would willingly take their place in an instant if possible but, of course, we are often helpless to do anything but pray.
Read Ed's story about parenthood and pain.
I first heard Tony Campolo's "It's Friday, But Sunday's Coming" message when I was a senior at Wheaton College way back in 1984, it left a powerful impression on me.
When I had the opportunity to go back to the recording studio, one of the most profound and worshipful times was writing "Friday" with Don Koch.
As Tony says, 'It's Friday but Sunday's coming' is what we have to tell the world. When they are depressed, we have to tell them it's Friday, but Sunday's coming. When they feel they can never know love again, we have to tell them Sunday's coming. When sin has them bound so tightly they feel they will never be free, we must tell them Sunday's coming. When they have lost their belief and no longer expect great things from God, we must tell them that Sunday's coming. When injustice is rampant, when all hope seems lost, when we are on the brink of despair... we can yell at the top of our lungs, "IT'S FRIDAY, BUT SUNDAY'S COMING!"
Forever, Ed Thompson