Category Archives: Death

Then Dawned Sunday

Then dawned Sunday, the first day of the week, When into the garden silently came Troubled women to anoint the body of their friend, Who–Friday on a cross–had been slain. These women had endured his trial; these women had watched … Continue reading

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Assured of Complete Victory

What can separate us From the love of God’s own Son? Can hunger or hardship or danger or death itself Separate us from His love? I know that nothing can separate us From the love of God’s own Son. Not … Continue reading

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All My Godless Ways

Two rough-hewn wooden structures tell so much about our Lord: The manger where the baby lay and the cross on which He died. Though God Himself, Christ chose the birth of every mother’s child Though God Himself, Christ chose the … Continue reading

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What Will You Leave Behind?

When you die, you can’t take it with you, But what will you leave behind? Precious memories for your friends and family Or relief that you’re no longer there? Will the faith you’ve shared bring them comfort Or your hopelessness … Continue reading

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The Goodbye Song

There’s no need for us to say goodbye; There’s no reason for sorrow or tears. There’s no need for words of farewell, For we will be together soon. About This Song: Some years ago I belonged to a church that … Continue reading

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