Wright Words: The column I started writing in 1987

I write some columns the morning they’re due. Others begin as ping-pong idea balls that bounce around my head for days, weeks, even years.

This one began writing itself in 1987.

It was the year I first began thinking of God as a master architect. He is a perfect, loving and literal father with a view of my journey only available to him. He knows today’s map of my life.

But it’s more than that: He knows the roads, mountains and valleys that aren't even there yet.

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