The Mighty Shipby louis gander
Oh, the contrast between the physical and the spiritual...
The brand new car, the hand-held game
or other things we chose,
the TV set, the picture frame
or nice designer clothes,
Where Do We Go When We Die?by Wayne Childress
We should be wary of those who contend on issues that are not central to our following Jesus; but, that does not mean we should discussing such issues. Death will come to us all so it is natural to ponder such things.
Grandpa's Wisdomby louis gander
Before the jets, before the planes,
before the cars and traffic lanes,
before genetics changed our corn,
before the IRS was even born,
before CD's and movie stars,
before the rover got to mars -
was born a man, a little tot,
who endured much, but learned a lot.
One More Dayby louis gander
Excellent sermon poem. (my poems are packed with thought-provoking information, so please read it slowly).
Know It Allby louis gander
Do you know what? Our minds are shut,
when we hear Jesus call.
A life of ease - and then Hades.
We think we know it all.
The Human Machineby Olawale Ogunsola
Maintenance is important to increase the lifespan of any machine. So it is with man. However, every man will expire no matter the rate or extent of his maintenance.
Random Thoughts Of My Brideby Donald Mehl
My dear wife of 49+ years was recently called Home after a long illness. I penned these thoughts as a way of healing, and with the hope that they might be a help to others who are struggling with the loss of a loved one.
Before You Stinkby Olawale Ogunsola
Death is the end of every man. How well prepared are you for it? There is a mandatory step for you to take. Are you ready to know and take the step? Then read on.
Near-Death Experiences as Evidence for the Existence of God and Heaven by sana edoja
Reports of near-death experiences (NDEs) are flooding the media with books, articles and interviews. People describe hovering over their bodies, details of their surgeries, talking with deceased relatives, and reviewing their lives in vivid detail, often while their brains should be incapable of producing rational thought or memories.
While the accounts are no doubt interesting, do they provide any solid evidence for the afterlife and the existence of God? Miller argues, in nontechnical and engaging prose, that it does indeed. He began his study doubting that NDEs provided such evidence, but found himself convinced by the weight of the evidence.
Here the reader will explore:
The common naturalistic explanations for NDEs.
Evidence that NDEs point to God and heaven.
The results of 35 years of research into NDEs by doctors and other professionals, fully documented for those who want to study further.
A comparison of NDEs with Christian teachings.
Recommendations of key books, researchers, and publications for further study.
"Can we survive death? Is there a God or a heaven? Miller provides the discerning reader with ample reason to think that the answer to these all-important questions is 'yes'." - Dr. Peter Schaefer, Senior Research Psychologist, Department of Defense
Precious Death?by Don Beers
King David said, concerning his deceased son, "He cannot come to me, BUT I WILL GO TO HIM." Though still painful, I'm strangely comforted in knowing I'll see my son again.
I'll Not Forgetby louis gander
My little Angel sat in school
to learn her A B C's -
yet no one knows the 'half of it'
to put my mind at ease...
Twenty Angelsby louis gander
Pure evil smashed through fragile doors
with lives misunderstood -
fought cowardly in anger -
with twenty Angels, good.
Love To Loveby louis gander
I heard that last announcement. Today, pure evil flowed.
Now I'm okay. I'm in HIS arms, because HE loves me so.
I know it's hard to hold back tears from feeling deeply blue -
but I so love you mommy still - and Jesus says so too.
The Death of a Parent May Be Hardby Brian Allison
The survivor of the death of a parent may experience a difficult time, psychologically and emotionally. This article attempts to capture that experience poignantly and descriptively; as well as to provide some practical, pithy counsel in order to cope with it, heal from it, and move on triumphantly.