This World Is Not My Home

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I feel very blessed.  I have a wonderful wife. I live in a nice home.  I have enough food, clothing and shelter.  I enjoyed most of the working career I had.  And I am enjoying the retirement I now have.

 

Yet our days are numbered–literally.  Job says, Man that is born of women is of few days…his days are determined, the number of his months are with thee, thou has appointed the bounds that he cannot pass. (Job 13:1,5)  The old saw nothing is certain but death and taxes is always at least half true.  David said, We are strangers before thee, and sojourners, as were all our fathers. (I Chron. 29:15)  He went on to say, our days on earth are as a shadow, and there is nothing abiding.

When English patriot Sir William Russell went to the scaffold in 1683, he took his watch out of his…

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