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Life, death and all the squashy bits
|Statement||by Gordon Blacklock...[et.al.]; edited by Richard Crane.|
|Contributions||Blacklock, Gordon., Crane, Richard.|
Why do all people sin and die? The first humans, Adam and Eve, lost their lives because they sinned against God. (Genesis ) Death was the only possible outcome of their rebellion against God, for with him is “the source of life.” —Psalm ; Genesis Adam passed on the defect of sin to all . He’s got a hilarious book about pirates coming out soon, and he’s also excited about his first novel, The Dragon Squisher, which is just as funny and squishy as it sounds. Scott lives on the western edge of the easternmost part of southern North Carolina, right smack in the middle of it all.
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I read this book in the hardback edition when it was called FACING DEATH (AND THE LIFE AFTER), and all these years later, I still myself talking about it. Around that time, I attended a wedding where a member of the bride's family died of a heart attack at the reception (it was as bad as it sounds, believe me).
But he didn't die right away. Facing Death and the Life After by Billy Graham. Nelson Incorporated, Thomas, Hardcover. Very Good. Disclaimer:A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.
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Sometimes it takes a poet to give us perspective on the meanings of life and death. Here are some famous, and hopefully comforting, quotes about death from poets and writers that would be appropriate when offering condolences. Explore Life And Death Quotes (page 2) by authors including Bill Shankly, James Dean, and Khalil Gibran at BrainyQuote.
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But when it comes to the subject of death, dying and the afterlife, many shrink back and shy away. In Billy Graham's Death and the Life After, you'll find answers to common, complex questions about death and what is to follow.
Graham's unique writing style of objectivity and compassion helps you find peace, assurance and. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life.