Remembering Rich Mullins

I was going to write something about Rich Mullins, but then I read this thing some guy wrote five years ago that said everything that I might have said only better, albeit longer.

If you loved Rich Mullins’ music and maybe the man, himself, or, at least, his story, this is a good read today on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the day Richard Wayne Mullins got his heart’s desire.

Pretty soon nobody will remember Rich Mullins or you or me at all . . . but Jesus will.

You know why the so-called “Thief On The Cross” prayed, “Lord . . . remember me when You come in Your Kingdom?”

Because Jesus Christ is the only One who can.

3 responses to “Remembering Rich Mullins”

  1. WAIT A MINUTE! HOLY CRAP! I’m late by a whole week on this 25th anniversary tribute! Somehow, I think that if Rich Mullins was still here he would find this hilarious!

  2. tenayaveritasvoxcom Avatar

    I loved the article by Jeremy Klaszus. Thank you for sharing.

    1. It’s a good article, and I think that Jeremy Klaszus who I’d never read before is a fine writer.

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