"The bright side", with history of my life . From Rosaline, by permission. A MARRIAGE SCENE.Theres a bright side to married life,When Avith each other theres no strite.When two hearts in unison dwell.Then all will be well. CHAPTER XIV. HEAVEN. We are going to ask the reader to leavethis world for a moment—in thought—andcome v^ith me to get a view of heaven. Weshall take it for granted that you believethere is a place called heaven. Whatsoeverelse man believes, there are few who do notbelieve that there is a place in eternity forman to abide forever. For our first view, letus take a look at the

"The bright side", with history of my life . From Rosaline, by permission. A MARRIAGE SCENE.Theres a bright side to married life,When Avith each other theres no strite.When two hearts in unison dwell.Then all will be well. CHAPTER XIV. HEAVEN. We are going to ask the reader to leavethis world for a moment—in thought—andcome v^ith me to get a view of heaven. Weshall take it for granted that you believethere is a place called heaven. Whatsoeverelse man believes, there are few who do notbelieve that there is a place in eternity forman to abide forever. For our first view, letus take a look at the Stock Photo
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"The bright side", with history of my life . From Rosaline, by permission. A MARRIAGE SCENE.Theres a bright side to married life, When Avith each other theres no strite.When two hearts in unison dwell.Then all will be well. CHAPTER XIV. HEAVEN. We are going to ask the reader to leavethis world for a moment—in thought—andcome v^ith me to get a view of heaven. Weshall take it for granted that you believethere is a place called heaven. Whatsoeverelse man believes, there are few who do notbelieve that there is a place in eternity forman to abide forever. For our first view, letus take a look at the eternity of heaven. Itis a place that has no end of time. Of coursewe cannot grasp the fulness of this fact, butthink for a moment as far out into eternityas you can. There are no years in heavenbut you can think of it as possessing years.Think of ten thousand years compared withthis life. Then think of ten thousand timesten thousand, and you have one hundredmillion years. This is more than we cancomprehend, but it is only a slight ato

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