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Laurie Ragan Jenkins

In Memoriam

Age Category
51-60

Birth month and day
6-24-60 don't show

Education
High School Graduate

Occupation
housewife and homeschool teacher

Hobbies
writing, crocheting, photography

Awards or achievements
Happy Home

Marital status
Married

Children/grandchildren
1 son

Volunteer work
monitor for Cross Way Publications

Poetry writing experience
Started writing Christian poetry after the birth of my
son, we both nearly died, and
after this experience God shined a light of learning more of His lifesaving Word.
I've been studing the Bible
since, and telling how wonderful His Son Jesus is
and how with His help Salvation is won.

State or country in which the poet resides
North Carolina

Testimony of saving faith for Christians only
Lord Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Light for the
world. God gives us all when
we choose to believe.

About the Poet
In Memoriam
Wife, mother, homeschool teacher,
Christian poet, happy being a child
of God. Born and raised in rural North
Carolina. Love animals of all kinds.
Enjoy photography, crocheting, making
things to share.

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Chime Of The Day

September 24, 2020

What Will You Do on Your Final Day?
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By James Pemberton
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What Will You Do On Your Final Day?

 

As certain as a spark flies

upward toward the sky.

Your life will go by fast, 

until you die.

 

That moment when you'll

take your last breath.

This will be your final day.

This is death.

 

Your possessions.  You won't

 be able to take.

Have you really thought

 about what's at stake?

 

Your eternal soul will spend

 forever in heaven or hell.

Perhaps this fact doesn't

"sit with you very well."

 

Please make sure a relationship

 with Christ is certain.

Before death comes calling you

 for life's "final curtain."

 

"What profits a man if he gain the world. 

But loses his soul?"

Heaven or hell...  Which place

do you choose to go???

 

  By Jim Pemberton   (c) 2016

 

 

 

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