A father on his deathbed called his two sons. They gathered around him, and to one he said, "Good-night, son;" and to the other he said, "Good-by, son." The second boy noticed the difference and asked his father, "Father, why did you say 'good-by' to me?" The dear old man who loved both of them said to the boy, "Son, John is a Christian; I will meet him in the morning of eternity, so it is just 'good-night' to him. But you son, are not a Christian. I will never meet you again, unless you change. It is 'good-by' my son, throughout all eternity."
- Bulletin Digest, via Easthill Bulletin, Pulaski, TN and The Shady Acres Servant, Shady Acres Church of Christ, Sikeston, MO