Monthly Archives: March 2013

HE IS RISEN~JESUS IS ALIVE

Every year, during this season, we celebrate the crucifixion, death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. And yes, this has been documented, proven, and is most certainly believed. Easter is the day we come together as a community of believers, … Continue reading

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Death of a Legacy

When a loved one dies, especially when it’s a little one, more than their life is gone. And here’s why. A youthful death takes away part of the family legacy for all future generations. Children that would have been born will never exist. … Continue reading

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Remember the Good Times

My youngest was killed in a car crash in 2004. Because memories of his childhood are so unforgettable, I’ve learned to survive my sorrow by recalling the joy he brought to everyone around him–including me. REMEMBER THE GOOD TIMES We don’t always … Continue reading

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Treasures Recalled

“…Whether a tree falls to the south or to the north, in the place where it falls, there will it lie” (Ecclesiastes 11: 3) NIV) After death nothing can be altered or changed. It is what it is. Although difficult … Continue reading

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Nipped in the Bud

“The rod has blossomed. Pride has budded. Violence has risen up into a rod of wickedness…” (Ezekiel 7: 9-12) (NKJV) When I look at changes in today’s society, I see men and women openly defying morals and traditions in order … Continue reading

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