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Category Archives: Death
Someone asked the question as to what one remembers about their grandmother. My dad’s mom and dad lived next to us when I grew up. My granddad died when I was seven and I loved him dearly. But grandmother was … Continue reading
John 19:30 When Jesus therefore had received the vinegar, he said, It is finished: and he bowed his head, and gave up the ghost. Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance states: Christ satisfied God’s justice by dying for all to pay for the sins … Continue reading
Romans 8:1 There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. I’m finding out later in life deeper meaning to scripture. We’re all told by someone … Continue reading
My wife, Libby, and I went to a concert last Thursday evening. This song has stuck in my heart. The song Blessed Assurance chorus is tucked neatly away with it. I hope what I share here can be understood. I … Continue reading
I’m nowhere near the end, although I know some people who would consider me knocking on death’s door. Continue reading
Last evening I attended the Memorial Service for virtuous woman I’ve known since 1977. Mrs Carolyn Cox Rand, wife of Nathaniel Rand, who preceded his wife in passing a couple of years ago. I met this couple when I had … Continue reading
Sift my ashes Through your fingers Let the wind take them away. Of me, this is all that lingers. Let me settle in the grasses That which may. Becoming a part of the earth For the rest of days Body … Continue reading
I talked with my recently deceased brother’s partner in life last evening. I perceived her loneliness during the conversation. She’s a good woman and had been with him for at least twenty years I would suppose. He’d been married twice … Continue reading