Michael Jackson and the value of life…

White as a sheet, emaciated, collapsed veins was the news description
of Michael Jackson. Makes you wonder how he got to that place in
life. Did he wake up one day and decide to become this hideous person
with a discarded shell of a body? I mean really. How in the world
did this happen?
I think likely, Michael Jackson was a lot like you and I growing up.
He had a mother and father who likely cared for him. He probably had
a bicycle and girl friends. He went to school and had dreams. But
somewhere along the way, he discovered it is impossible to live life
alone. In his search for freedom, he found bondage.
I figure Michael Jackson slipped into his grave one step at a time.
Likely if he were alive today, he could tell you when he was
introduced to pornography, when he first began using illegal drugs,
when he began abusing people, when he rejected God and when he
realized he had gone too far…
It seems even earning one half of a billion dollars in your lifetime,
is still not enough for happiness. Have you found yourself on a
similar path? Where will you turn?
http://www.1stchurch.org. You’ll find 37stories there and all my friends.

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It is the desire of my heart that God be Lord of my life. Life’s experiences have killed the old man and God is building a new creation in me. I look forward to experiencing the new man God creates in the old vessel known as Archie via "God Spots".

3 thoughts on “Michael Jackson and the value of life…”

  1. Sometimes, for certain individuals. They must take turns to realize what they are doing. Jackson story is sad. His death seems to not have put anything to rest.

    I was also thinking. Is there a ministry at there.That is aimed to witnessing to the celebs of this world?

  2. Hi Archie;

    I see you made it past 123456789 🙂

    I remember Michael on the Jackson Five as a kid. He never had a normal childhood.

    He is a result of idolization at a young age.

    Many people can’t figure out that money and fame is not the road to happiness.

  3. They should let those of us who don’t have it hold it for them. Properly invested and compounded through the years could be a good deal for all of us. 🙂

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