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Posted Tuesday, November 1, 2011, at 4:46 PM

Fifty-Six (now 61) years, and many miles, has worn life tread somewhat thin. Looking like I did that long ago, I won't recognize my own self. I'll need a barber, again. (^8
By Arley Steinhour 110111

I think I'm getting older,
In life, it's getting late,
I know someone, in Heaven,
With whom, I have a date.

Arms spread wide,
He'll welcome me,
To Where I'll abide,
With Him Eternally.

God makes it plain,
There is no end,
To being young again,
With Jesus, as God and Friend.

Keep the Shofar in your hand,
Eye upon the sky,
He's coming soon, but will not land,
Like thief, He'll just fly by;

Snatching Bride, so quickly,
in the 'Blink of Eye,'
We won't see Tribulation,
And we never more can 'Die.'


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Thanks for the compliment, Geezer. I do have great expectation of the exchange from my Mortal Cab, to my Immortal Skateboard, or Van, or Limo, don't know. I do know I will be overjoyed, and over-blessed, as we all will be, that's part of His Family. ... AMEN ... and ... Keep Looking up.

(I'm not stuck-up, I'm just looking-up Yeee-Haaa, and AMEN)

-- Posted by Navyblue on Thu, Nov 3, 2011, at 2:42 PM


I can still see that same young man under that blue hat - maybe a bit wiser now, but still the same guy.

Take care of yourself

-- Posted by Geezer on Wed, Nov 2, 2011, at 5:59 PM

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