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  1. How To End Your Life Well by Olawale Ogunsola  
    The end of a thing should be better than the beginning,especially your life.

  2. Adieu Felicia Enato by Joseph Ogbonna  
    In loving memory of Felicia Enato

  3. Oh, How I Weep Over Life by Samuel Dumas  
    Though I cry much over my dead, my protracted weeping with joy is over the life I knew while it was within my reach, and the now falling honor of the billions of unclaimed details that now seem to have become sharply vivid. From that life that was shared, I received a PhD's education from the many good deeds I have known them to do.

  4. His Departure by PamFord Davis  
    Grandpa‚s departure was announced through an angel‚s visitation.

  5. Big Boys Do Cry by PamFord Davis  
    Angry at those in sorrow? I think not. I believe He was angry at death, the final enemy. ‚The last enemy to be abolished is death (1 Corinthians 15:26 HCSB).‚

  6. In Our Passing by PamFord Davis  
    We will be listed among the deceased in newspaper obituaries.

    Some will say we ‚passed away.‚

  7. Jesus Died Three Times by Tonja Taylor  
    This author believes that Jesus died three times.

  8. BURIAL OR CREMATION? by Eugene Lopatynsky  

  9. Grief by veronica cressey  
    I lost my husband in January 2019 and I have been experiencing grief. This is how I tried to explain the heartache, using grief as a separate entity.

  10. Do We Really Get Our Wings? by Mark Nickles  
    Over the years, IÔve ministered at many funerals. One statement that IÔve often heard is this: ÔHeaven has another angel.Ô I know this can be comforting to loved ones, but it is based on a false premise, while the truth is much more encouraging.

  11. Street Where You Live by PamFord Davis  
    It has been six months since PatÔs unexpected death.

    Though my sorrow has lessened, it still hurts.

  12. Why Am I Still Here? by carmela snelbaker  
    Each Life has a path and a purpose only they will be able to fulfill. Wisdom is not always passed on easily. Quite possibly the wisdom our own life possesses may not even be apparent to us while we are living.

  13. Here! by PamFord Davis  
    ‚When the Roll is Called Up Yonder‚ [James M. Black, 1893/Public Domain]

  14. Shadow of Death by Joy Chiasson  
    Shadow of Death proven in my life.
    In 1990, I was having a baby and I blacked out for 30 minutes. I tell you this because, this is truly what I went through back then. My life was in danger so was my baby's.

  15. Our Loss, Their Gain by Donna Wittlif  
    We lose much when death takes a loved one, but the one who dies in the Lord has much to gain.

  16. Two forces one universe. by Toni Rittenhouse  
    Is there a God? Is there evil? According to Newtons law the answer has to be yes.

  17. AT DEATHS OPEN DOOR by Eugene Lopatynsky  
    The penalty for sin is death. This provided Satan with the sense of invincibility. To save mankind GOD WOULD HAVE TO DIE. Impossible! Not to mention that God would have to become a Kinsman, a man. Satan‚s self-assurance lasted until the Cross.

  18. Act of Violence by PamFord Davis  
    Once again our nation mourns the shedding of innocent blood.

  19. Why the Delay? by PamFord Davis  
    With failing health, Alma has wondered why she has to wait so long to go to her eternal home.

  20. Dearly Departed by PamFord Davis  
    Memories of the dearly departed often surface with melancholy.

  21. Life and Legacy of Tuck Roberts by PamFord Davis  
    Words penned by Paul serve as a fitting tribute to the life and legacy of Reverend √‚ňTuck√‚‚ Roberts√‚¬

  22. testing with preview by fredie auditor  

  23. Why Wait? by PamFord Davis  
    Why wait until people die?

  24. The Eulogy by PamFord Davis  
    What might clergy say about you at your funeral?

  25. Mrs Howard, She Knew How by PamFord Davis  
    Mrs. Eloise Howard knew how to live life to the fullest...

  26. Daffodils for Tammy by PamFord Davis  
    'In times of suffering and sorrow, I find solace in cherished memories and hope for the future.'

  27. In God I Trust by louis gander  
    I thank you Jesus, for my birth
    and all this beauty on Your earth -
    for me to see.
    Oh thank you Jesus, for these eyes -
    though tears run down my cheeks from cries -
    in thanks to thee.

  28. Pain of Loss by Katy Curry  
    When you are a caretaker of a loved one a grief can eclipse your very being. This is an attempt to explain that grief and why a person cannot reach out but needs others to reach in to him or her. This is not for the faint of heart.

  29. Sorrowful Sisters by PamFord Davis  
    'Sorrow is a healthy emotion.
    Therefore, in a key scripture passage, the sorrow of two sisters was to be expected'

  30. Pillars in the Pews by PamFord Davis  
    'Many of our old Southern plantation homes feature stately white pillars on the edifice. They are impressive. Far more impressive are tributes to men and women who were pillars in their churches.'


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