This is a wonderful story. It's good because it demonstrates that a person who makes up his or her mind to turn their lives around can do it. Unfortunately, success is rare. Many people aren't willing to give someone like Mr. Senghor a second or third chance. Prejudice runs deep against men in dreds and tattoos. It runs even deeper if they've gone to prison.
1Co 1:26 For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called:
Each of us comes from a background of suffering and sin and poverty. All of us have looked heavenward and asked, “why me, Lord?” “Why am I poor? Why do I have these financial problems? Why can’t I afford a nice car? Have a good job? Why do I have marriage troubles, work troubles and strife?
How many of us have been told that we are...