Daily Archives: August 27, 2012

It Beats the Alternative

This morning I am in Bowling Green, Kentucky.  Later I will drive over to Morgantown and preach the funeral for my Uncle, James O. Gabbard.  He died last Thursday at 91. He lived a full and exciting life.  He was a Christian. But finally my Uncle Oval met his appointment with death.

Death.  It is a sobering word.  A cold word.  A frightening word.  We don’t even Continue reading

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