Tag Archives: death

“At the End”

It is a bit embarrassing to have been concerned with the human problem all one’s life and find at the end that one has no more to offer by way of advice than ‘try to be a little kinder.’ – … Continue reading

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Death is Ours

Without death, Christ would not have died, and without His death, we would have no salvation. Continue reading

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Jeff Smith’s Last Testimony — “God Loves Me!”

And it’s not up to me to change the truth to fit my circumstances, it’s up to me to change my circumstances to fit the truth. Continue reading

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“Cut Across Our Hearts”

There’s a lot of people that got hurt.  There’s a lot of people that I’m sure are not going to be here tomorrow.  …a big old cut that we got across our hearts right now. – Tommy Muska, mayor of … Continue reading

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Just Some Links Today

A Year Ago — I stumbled on this, and know nothing of the author, but this is thought-provoking.  A reminder that this life is only temporary. Don Johnson linked to Michael Riley’s excellent article (which I had missed) on cultural skepticism.  If … Continue reading

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