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    1. Good morning Mandy! Grateful to GOD for the availability of this picture. There are more graphic and compelling pictures out there but it might be too much. True, although our works won’t save us, let alone pay for a speck of our sin in a dump more but it is indeed “a manifestation of our faith” and renewed heart by GOD to love others as ourself. Besides as humans, the sweet tears that flow in our eyes as we cook and give food to the homeless (was) is an experience to cherish, how much more… Blessings to you, Nathan, and your family!

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    1. Good morning Jim! Yes, it is sobering for the rich man on his fate so may we seek CHRIST, follow His commandments, and cultivate a generous heart. The contrast is greater indeed in their afterlife as their predicament/roles have changed as the succeeding posts show. This was supposed to be inserted in the Ecclesiastes series as originally planned but it might disrupt the flow. Blessings to you and your family!

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      1. You are right:”The contrast is greater indeed in their afterlife as their predicament/roles have changed as the succeeding posts show.” I’ll be meditating about this as your minseries continue with this parable. I can see how it connects with Ecclesiastes as a parable rendition of the message of Ecclesiastes! Love how you saw the connection there!

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    1. Good morning too, Crissy! Yes, it will be morning when you see this. And I’m grateful to GOD for this picture. It comes with a dog. Blessings to you and your Fryday team!

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