To Die in Christ is Gain ~ Bob Jennings

I just watched this video of Tim Conway interviewing Bob Jennings.  Please, be sure to watch it!   It’s well worth your time.

“Tim Conway interviews Bob Jennings who is fighting against pancreatic cancer. Bob talks about living for eternity and truly living for Christ and being ready to die in Christ and not in your sins.” (Description from


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  1. Thank you so much for sharing this video, Amy! I had the opportunity to watch it yesterday (our family computer doesn’t have speakers so I needed to use my Dad’s laptop to watch it, and it seemed like every time I remembered, it was already in use! Until yesterday. =)

    I really appreciated what was shared in this video . . . and found my heart sobered, encouraged and convicted. And at times, had tears in my eyes. How easy it can be to slip into complacency in our walk with Christ and lose the zealousness of living each moment for Christ, our Savior and Redeemer! But as Bob Jennings shared so powerfully . . . we are to always be living for the Lord, walking in obedience and striving after Him, living each day as if it were our last. And then sharing the beautiful message of salvation with others that they may not die in their sins.

    Life is so short . . . our lives could end tomorrow . . . or today . . . or ten years from now . . . have we lived that time fully for the Lord? Have we “redeemed the time”? That is what really matters, for the treasures of this earth will all pass away, what matters is eternity and the heavenly treasures that have been stored up . . . treasures of obedience to God, the King of kings and Lord of lords. These are all thoughts that have been running through my heart and mind after watching this video . . . I was challenged and convicted, and was encouraged to strive evermore to have this heart and mindset.

    My family also appreciated the snippets that they heard of the video, too . . . and part of it was something that had been on my Dad’s heart recently as well. Again, thank you so much for sharing!

    1. Thank you so much, Sarah, for sharing your thoughts on this video! It was a blessing to read the things you shared, and I was encouraged & challenged to read them. I, too, thought this video was such a good reminder and challenge to think upon. You’re welcome in regards to sharing it :) I’m thankful that you and your family found it helpful!

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