There is no retirement age in the Truth. This is a fatal folly. "Retirement" is such an obsession in this indulgent and decadent age that it can infect out thinking in the Truth. We do not mention names very often, but we feel we must here. Bro. Gibson has never retired, though he is now ninety years old. He still carries on his ecclesial duties each week, and his considerable correspondence, and his work in the magazine to the best of his ability. He finds he can do frustratingly less now than in former years, and the effort is harder, and the joy of vigorous activity has gone, but other and deeper joys take its place. "Occupy (pragmateuomai: work, keep busy -- from pragma, work) until I come" ... "He that endureth to the end shall be saved." Don't be trapped and deceived into the lazy, selfish, worldly "retirement" complex. The Truth needs faithful workers unto the end. Let us be among them.