HI there guys. This post is for young people but yet for old people alike. Nowhere in any walk of life, in any job in and any amount of safety precautions is anyone safe from death. Now, I say this is for young people because I am one of them. Young people of this generation and not excluding all the generations before are exceedingly proud. We are proud of being different from our parents, proud of our physique, proud of ourselves. So more care is to be taken while in adolescent than any other
I updated my blogspot...take a read!
I arrive with plenty of time: 40 minutes before the crowds. I flex my fingers and make my way through the masses of flowers and potted plants all herded in the front of the room. Little cards flag out from the plants calling for recognition and offering thoughts and comments. Admiring the casket, I walk by, checking to see how Ethyl looked lying there in state, so to speak.
Not bad. She's got a fresh perm and it looks like her silver locks have been freshened with the best of dyes.
Wow my first blog... hopefully I won't mess it up!
My tale begins at the very beginning of this year. I called myself a Christian, I went to church most Sundays, to a church youth service in the evening and a Bible study on a Wednesday. I even wore a wrist band saying F.R.O.G on it, standing for Fully Rely On God. On the surface that looks good and to most people I would have appeared a good Christian. But in God's eyes, I was barely a Christian, if that. I was the dreaded "Lukewarm
1 Corinthians 3:9 I am god's fellow-worker, I am God's field, God's building.
1 Corinthians 6:19 My body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in me.
1 Corinthians 6:20 I have been bought with a price.
1 Corinthians 15:53 I will put on immortality.
2 Corinthians 1:4 I am comforted by God.
What a friend we have in Jesus!!!!
Updated Aug 31st 2008 at 12:57 AM by livingwaters