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Destination Unknown
by Janet M. Atwell
Monday, December 18, 2006
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Where are you going?

We each have a one way ticket.
We use it every day.

The destination is not set.
That is decided along the way.

Travel stamps are issued at the crossroads that we've met.
It is Christ's example that we want to portray.

Is your ticket in your pocket?
Is it out and on display?

Perhaps it's like a locket,
The contents hidden away.

No matter how you use your ticket,
There will come that final day.

We will all then turn in our ticket,
When we stand before God that day.

It is God that will decide it.
He decides our reward or the fare that we will pay.

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Reviewed by Janet Atwell 1/22/2007
Nutty? What's so nutty about it? If you are asking me where I am going, I believe that I will be one of those that will live again on earth after it's recreation. I do not believe that I will be one of the 144,000 to remain in heaven. Hope that answers your question.
Reviewed by Art Sun 12/19/2006
The opposite of your title is the place where we surely will meet our maker...He accepts the ticket when we arrive...nice work...

Art Sun...
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 12/18/2006
Like the nutty style you have here . . . (I) think it is nutty, not meant to disparage you or yours. Have no idea what I thought I needed to put a friggin' disclaimer on that . . . Welcome to AD . . . disclaimer, et al . . .
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