The Sting Is Gone!

Written by Neil Silverberg

June 6, 2017

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  1. Tom Howe

    Amen! As I age and experience the progressive changes in my body, I long for my new one. I no longer rue aging, but take it as a sign of its temporary-ness which sets my hope even more in the resurrection. Our victory is through our Lord Jesus Christ.

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  2. Camila

    After the death of my husband, at age 34, I considered crashing funerals of people I didn’t know, because it is usually only at funerals that other people have their mind focused on the same place my mind is, with God and their loved ones in eternity.

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