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Resurrection Hope

At the battle of Inkerman 1854, a soldier fell mortally wounded and was just able to crawl to his tent. When found, he was lying upon his face, his open Bible before him his hand glued to the page by his life-blood which covered it, it is said that when his hand was lifted, the letters of the printed page were clearly traced upon it, and with the ever living promise in and on his hand, they laid him in a soldiers grave. The words were:

"I am the resurrection and the life; he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live."

The soldier died with the promise of Jesus on his hand - the promise Jesus makes to all who believe in Him. There is only one place to find real hope and comfort in life...and death, just as this soldier found - may this also be yours.


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