Ray Larson has announced that he is retiring after nearly 32 years as Fayette County (Kentucky) Commonwealth’s Attorney. The chief prosecutor began working in the position on January 2, 1985. His last day will be September 30.
Larson joked that he always said that he would retire “when I catch them all.”
Then he said, “I guess I probably ought to officially announce that we have caught them all, every one of them. Some of them six or seven times.”
This is a humorous way of pointing out that some people seem to have a knack for beating the system and continually returning to a life of crime. However, it won’t be as easy to fool God. When all is said and done, he will successfully prosecute all who decide to live in open rebellion against him.
“Anyone whose name was not found written in the book of life was thrown into the lake of fire.”—Revelation 20:15.