Tag Archives: Aude McKee

Hebrews 11:4

In one of his sermons W. A. Criswell told a story about the president of a great railway system who died.

“The funeral service was held at two o’clock on a weekday afternoon. At that exact moment, every train came to a dead stop. Every wheel ceased to turn. Every workman dropped his tools. Every clerk turned from his files. For three minutes, the entire vast railway system came to a complete stop.” Continue reading


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What is Your Life?


My Franklin Day Planner has an inspirational thought of the day. On this day there is this quote by Abraham Lincoln: “And in the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.”

This quote caused my mind to race back over 37 years to a cemetery in Cartersburg, Indiana. Norma Jean and I sat by my parents and listened to Aude McKee offer the grave side eulogy for my twenty-three year old brother, Bill. Continue reading


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Thank God For Veterans

Yesterday was veterans day.  It is day to honor those who have served in our military.  Both living and dead. To thank them for their service. To celebrate their contribution. To remember their sacrifice.  Continue reading


Filed under America, Christian Living