Category Archives: death

The Atheist

Recently I read a letter to the editor from a very combative atheist.  When I finished I remember thinking of what I would say to the writer if given the chance.  It is very simply this. Let us first suppose … Continue reading

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WWIDWJ

WWJD What would Jesus do?  This was a very popular saying some time ago.  It is indeed a worthy consideration as we face life’s daily struggles.  If our aim is to be Christ-like then maybe this needs to be more … Continue reading

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The Land of the Living

A wise man once said, “We are not in the land of the living going to the land of the dying.  We are in the land of the dying, trying to go to the land of the living.” As we … Continue reading

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My Last Blog

Today is my 100th blog.  Sometimes a television show will have a special show celebrating its 100th episode.  So today I have chosen a special topic.  My thoughts today are titled, My Last Blog.  Now I hope it is not literally … Continue reading

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Fear and Respect

You can fear GOD. Or you can fear everything else. Solomon’s search for meaning led him to this conclusion: Fear GOD and keep His commandments for this is the whole of man. The word fear is translated from the Hebrew … Continue reading

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The Fear Factor

“Also they are afraid of height, and of terrors in the way;” This is found in the closing chapter of Ecclesiastes in a section of Scripture describing growing old. Verse 2 addresses the mental state, verses 3 and 4 are … Continue reading

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Finding the Right Words to Say

When Job’s three friends came to see him after his tragic losses, the scriptures say they sat down with him for 7 days and did not say a word to him for they saw that his grief was very great … Continue reading

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The epitaph

We recently became interested in our family ancestry. It is interesting to trace your family roots back, in some cases, several hundred years. I have always felt it important to instill a family heritage in my children and grandchildren, so … Continue reading

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