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On the right, Reverend Daniel A. Poling (1884 - 1968) recalled his visit to the bedside of a dying American soldier in 1944 France. The young man, a believer in Christ, expressed his undigested views of what lay before him in the afterlife. The author shared his understanding on the topic:

"I believe that this life is our childhood. And, of course, if you and I live beyond the grave, then that which makes it possible for us to know each other now - the you of you - goes on, too."

     


The Dying Soldier (Pageant Magazine, 1950)

The Dying Soldier (Pageant Magazine, 1950)

The Dying Soldier (Pageant Magazine, 1950)

The Dying Soldier (Pageant Magazine, 1950)

The Dying Soldier (Pageant Magazine, 1950)

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