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The death of C.S. Lewis in Nov. 22, 1963 has for years been overshadowed by the assisination of President John F. Kennedy on the same day. While the anniversary of Lewis’ death seldom gets much press, throngs of people crowd into Arlington Memorial Cemetary to watch the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier and climb the hill to Kennedy’s eternal flame. My friend even though our lives will be overshadowed by the rich and famous of this world, you need to know we are not living for this life. We living for a reward and home that will last forever.


David McCasland. Our Daily Bread, 2003 RBC Ministries, Volume 48, Number 8, November 22.

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