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F. Scott Fitzgerald from The Great Gatsby

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"But how do you thank someone who has taken you from crayons to perfume?"  -Lulu
The quote provided above helps me recall this singer and a song from my younger days. And Lulu's song reminds me of something I read recently, it's about a dauther who stated that the only way she could pay her mother back for all that she did for her, was to "play it foward" to her own children.
I believe the same is true of fathers, but is it not also true with the Lord. How can one "pay it back" to God for all that he provides? How do we "play it foward"?
It is not a new question, just one on my mind. Thanks.

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