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Tag Archives: death and dying
What Hope Can I Offer the Dying?
Posted on January 6, 2012 by Gordon Grose
“If I die,” my friend said in a whispered voice, “will you do the memorial service?” “I will,” I said. I felt honored he asked me, someone who had attended and at times taught his adult Sunday School class. Now … Continue reading →
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A Mother’s Tragedy Transformed (III)
Posted on November 18, 2011 by Gordon Grose
Stacie Crimm’s plight touches our hearts. She faced the agonizing decision of whether to end her baby’s life–or her own. You can read about her decision in the previous two posts. The Scriptures recognize both the fragility and the unfairness of life. “Man … Continue reading →
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The Mystery of Survival
Posted on October 14, 2011 by Gordon Grose
Why does one patient live, but another die? “Everyone is different,” you answer. You also wonder why I ask such an ignorant question. Well, let me refine the question. Suppose we factor out individual differences in the disease. In other … Continue reading →
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