Contributed by Glenn Pease on Apr 9, 2021
Laughter must be a part of heaven, just as weeping will be a part of hell. They are opposites, and
what is absent from one is present in the other. Rob heaven of laughter, and you drag it nearer the
abode of the lost. If God laughs, why should His children be deprived of laughter in His presence.
W. Douglas Roe pastored a large Baptist church in Philadelphia, where he had a weekly radio
broadcast. He was also going to seminary, and the load became to heavy, and he had a breakdown.
He was out of the pulpit for many months. He had to learn to relax, and so he became a sort of