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S: Brothers 4 Ever: Our Tribute to Greggor

BC: Gregory D. Gray July 19, 1989-July 23, 2011 "Gone Fishin'"

FC: Our Tribute to Greggor | Brothers 4 Ever

1: Steve, JeriAnn, Jaycee & Brad: We each love Greg more than you will ever know. He has left a void in our lives that cannot be filled. We will never forget his love nor his laughter. Because of Greg, each of us is a better man. We find peace in the promise that we can see him again. We love you as family and hope this book brings you peace in the coming years. Greg will be deeply missed, but we know he will be with each of us...'til we meet again Love Your Second Sons | Marq | Toad | Trout | Spence | P. Diddy | Jedder | C-man

2: "If I die young, Bury me in satin. Lay me down on a Bed of roses..."

3: Young'ens | "To all within the sound of my voice, I declare: If a man die, he SHALL live again." -President Monson

4: "A Friend loveth at all times, and a Brother is born for adversity." -Proverbs 17:17

7: Greg, It's impossible to express and even remember every way that you helped shape my life. As I've thought back on all the time we spent together, memories that I haven't thought of in years came flooding back. The late nights we spent in your basement playing Mario and having dunk contests on your Nerf basketball hoop. Catching salamanders in your basement window. Fishing with your grandpa. The weeks up at the cabin..yes even the leaches. The hundreds of hours we spent playing basketball and horse on your driveway. Playing at the retention basin. The night games. Dressing up as cheerleaders for Halloween. The weekly volleyball matches during high school. The fun adventures of you driving. The list goes on and on. The last time we were together was a memorable one. We were sitting in Sunday school as the teacher asked what some signs of the times were. Silence came over the room, seconds later you yelled out, "WAR"! The whole place jumped out of there seat a little bit, not expecting such enthusiasm. I had to cover my face because we were both laughing so hard at everyone's reaction. Greg you are one of the greatest men I know. You're always so happy and ready for anything. The stories you told me about your mission and the people you taught will always stay with me. It's hard to say goodbye to one of my brothers. Whenever I start to feel sad, i remember that it's not goodbye. Just another mission you are on. I don't know how much time I have down here either. I may see you soon, I may see you later but this life is just a speck in eternity. I know our friendship is eternal. Our group of friends is eternal. We will always be brothers. -Marq

8: "There's a SNAKE in my boot"

9: "Lord, Make me a rainbow, I'll shine down on my mother. She'll know I'm safe with you When she stands under my colors..."

11: Good Times

12: "Why | SERIOUS???" | So...

13: This is to you Greg, This letter I write to you as a thank you and a proper final farewell. I owe a lot to you as you have been my friend and have helped me to grow and learn throughout my life. You’ve been the best example anyone could be in many things in life. And you have always been one of the best friends that I’ll ever have. Greg I look up to you more than you could know and you truly have inspired me to be a better person. Thanks for all you have done and all the good times in this life. There are so many things that I would like to tell you in person, but I know that one day that chance will come and I look forward to seeing you again with that great laugh and spirit of yours buddy. I know that you live even now, as does our Savior, and that you are here with us every step of the way. Because of that I know that you are helping us now that you have already passed and succeeded in this test. Greg, I’ll never forget all of the great times that I had with you man. You’re truly my brother and I’m grateful to my Father in Heaven for the last years I had to work with you and to grow close. Greg, if there was a way you could read this I would just tell you one thing, you changed the world. They say that the flap of butterfly wings can have a ripple effect felt around the world and that’s what you did. And you did it in the best way. You lifted people up around you, including me. You were the best example and the world changed, our worlds changed. Greg, if I could tell you ”well done” I would, but I know that our Father in Heaven has already told you that and you excelled in this test and showed us how we need to succeed and get back home. I love you and will miss you always. It’s not easy writing this, but I mean it and I know that even though I can’t see you, you can see this. You have helped me to get on a mission and to have a desire to do and to be more. I’ll remember that forever and can’t wait to see you again my friend. You sent me an email 3 weeks away from me coming home and I know that it wasn’t by chance that you sent that. And like you said in your email, we will see each other along with all of our families and it will be a great time in our lives. Work as hard there as you did in this mortal life and keep being an example to all of us by changing the world for the better. Amo voce com um amor eterno. When I think about the life of our friend Gregory Gray, I can’t help but smile and feel good inside. Despite his tragic death, he truly brought nothing but happiness to all of us and the impression he left on me has been incredible. Steve and Jeri Ann, I just want to say well done on your raising such a great person in this world. Heavenly Father knew that you guys would be the best parents for him, and he excelled so much in life and in what he did because of you two. It’s hard for me to feel sad about him because of how happy he always was, and that’s what he spread around to everyone. Just for me to recall some experiences I can remember with Greg, I want to share one in particular that has never left me since. Me and Greg have been friends since elementary school and went through a lot of things together. Well I once asked him about what was going to happen with all of us with our missions coming up and everyone having to go their own ways in life. I will never forget his calm and fearless response as he said that everything would be just fine and that I worried too much. He honestly didn’t have the fear of the unknown as most people do. He didn’t question it or become weak. Just trusted in God and did what was right. And that’s the difference he had between the rest of the world. I will always remember how fun he was to be around and whenever we were with him, the day was problem free and full of laughter. The worst situations became funny and lighter. Our night date to see “Thriller” in Salt Lake would have been ruined if it had been anyone else driving. You see Greg was driving and he switched lanes without seeing the car next to us and we got in a wreck. The damage wasn’t big and the man even allowed us to leave without calling the cops, well that only happened because of how well Greg handled the situation and talked with the other man. He had a way with people that was just light and happy and you couldn’t be angry at him. The spirit he carried was the right one. One of my favorite memories of us was “Javier’s”. Whenever it was lunchtime with nothing to do, I could always count on him to go out for some good ‘ol Mexican food. It soon turned into a routine and weekly we’d be making our trip to eat Mexican food. He makes me think about how we need to be so well-rounded in life. He played sports, almost all of them, he was an artist, he kept his body in good shape, he was popular because of his honest and happy personality with everyone. I wanted to just list these attributes that he has for me to strive harder to follow them, just like my Savior. Greg was closer than anyone I have seen to following the perfect example of the Lord. That is the real goal, to be perfect. I love you Greggor, and you’ll be greatly missed ‘til we meet again after the journey. I hope that all of us can learn from his incredible example. He was the best friend anyone could have I'll see you again soon. -Joshie

14: "Life does not begin with birth, nor does it end at death. But we regarded the returning home as the best part of that long-awaited trip, just as we do now. Returning from earth to life in our heavenly home requires passage through—and not around—the doors of death. We were born to die, and we die to live. As seedlings of God, we barely blossom on earth; we fully flower in heaven." - Elder Russell M. Nelson

15: -Psalms 46:10 "Be Still | And know that I AM God."

16: At the Cabin

19: Greg, When my family and I moved into our new home on Mountain Road when I was in 2nd grade, I was shy and didn't have any friends. Greg befriended me and was not only one of my first friends, but through growing up he was one of my best friends. I am so glad that he was such a big part of my life because he had such a good sense of humor and was always happy. His smile was so infectious; you couldn't help but smile as well when he was around you. One of my earliest memories with Greg was after a soccer game as younger kids, I cant even remember if we were on the same team or not, but I remember it was April 1st! We got back to Greg's and Steve thought that it would be funny if we pulled a prank on Jeri Anne. So when we got to the house Steve had us wait in the garage and when he came back out he had a bottle of ketchup in his hand. He opened the cap and began to squeeze the ketchup into Greg's mouth, carefully putting it on his gums, and knowing how detailed Steve is, it looked pretty real. After he finished he told Greg to start crying and he ran and grabbed Jeri Anne, when she came out Greg had tears all over his face and Jeri Anne started freaking out. She even had to examine pretty closely before she realized that it was only ketchup, I also remember Halo! We were always playing Halo in our early high school years and as expected, Greg was always up on the mountain side sniping people! And after he killed you.... he’d laugh! Anything to do with guns, Greg was there. I really enjoyed our scouting and ward activities with Greg and Todd. Whenever we would go camping it was always us three in a tent. And as we started getting bigger, Greg's little, dull green colored tent began to get too small to fit us. I remember earning merit badges with him, cutting sticks with our little pocket knives, wrestling, playing games in our tents, and playing Poker with Nate's gummy bears and Greg's beef jerky. I'm so glad that we were in the same ward and able to have all of those great memories. Greg was a good man. I had a lot of respect for the way he treated his family, he stood by them no matter what. I also had a lot of respect for how he treated his siblings. My brothers and I were always fighting; I admired the relationship he had with Jaycee and Brad. He had a lot of love for them, and that was demonstrated his love when he gave his life for his sister. He will always be one of the best examples to me of how I need to treat my family. Greg was faithful to the Gospel and the Lord until the day he passed! Because of the Saviors infinite Atonement, I know that Greg will live again. He will have the opportunity to raise a family and be Exalted. I'm so grateful for Gods Plan of Salvation, it gives us such peace in times like this. I know that God lives and that He loves us, even so much that He sacrificed His Son, the Son who did no wrong! I know that in His love, He restored His church and Gospel, the very same Gospel that Greg had the opportunity to share and be an advocate for. Greg’s life will be remembered, it will be an example and a light for others to follow. I love you Greg and look forward to the day that we meet again. -Spence

20: "Oh and...life aint always what you think it oughtta be. No, aint even gray but she buries her baby. The sharp knife of a short life... well, I've had just enough time..."

21: "It's PUSSSS... and BOOOTS!"

24: Teammates | "For God so loved the world, that he gave his Only Begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life." John 3:16

25: Gregor G-Unit Gray, Hey man I just want to take a minute and let you know a few things that have been on my mind for the past little while. I had an essay that I was assigned in English this past month and my teacher told us that we could write it on anything that we felt was personal. Her goal was to get us to dig deep into our emotions and put it all out on paper. The only thing that I could think of for this would be you my man. We were asked to present five pages. Usually I would moan and groan about this amount, but as I sat down at the computer and started reminiscing about our lives and experiences we have been through, I quickly exceeded the required amount. I have so many awesome memories of the two of us. I remember the first time that I met you Gregor. Marques invited me to come over to his house. When I got there we started jumping on the trampoline and all of a sudden you came running down the hill and got on the tramp too. I was not sure who you were but Marques introduced you to me and me to you and we became friends fast. I remember so many times the two of us running up and down the mountain side with our bb guns blasting at any tweedy bird in sight. Or the times when we would hunt all of the birds up at your cabin and having a huge pile of birds next to the rock out back. I loved shooting the guns down in your unfinished basement at human targets and getting nervous because we would hear the bb’s ricochet off the cement wall back in our general direction. And I will never forget our last go at it where you, Todd, and I went out behind Willard Bay and destroyed the whole box of clay pigeons. That was so much fun, shooting guns, drinkin’ Dews, bumpin’ to Tech N9ne, and making racist jokes to the people who would drive by us. Oh man G-Unit I have to tell you something that just happened to me. This past weekend I went with my dad, bro in law Nick, and a bunch of my uncles and we went down to Lasal for the deer hunt. Well let me just tell you a story. So this was my very first time deer hunting in my life. The opening morning of the hunt we get out at about 6:00 AM and set up watch on this rock that over looked this canyon where the deer supposedly cross to get to the water hole. Well I sat there for about two hours waiting for anything to come along. . . . . nothing came through so me and my dad and my uncle Dewey went on the four wheelers on a dirt road to another spot, my dad and Dewey on one quad and me alone on the other. Dewey had my gun on the front of his quad in like a carrier thing as we drove. As we cruised along my dad and Dewey were looking to the right and I was looking to the left when two Bucks hop out from behind a thick bushy area. I slam on the breaks and jump off my bike. The others saw me slam on the breaks so they did the same. I was getting all excited because I saw antlers. I start running to the place where I would shoot the bigger of the two deer. Like the retard that I am, I forgot that my gun was still on the other four wheeler. My uncle ran down to me handed me my gun all loaded and everything. Well Gregor I had Buck fever like nobody’s business. Hahaha when I looked through that scope I could hardly even see I was shaking so badly. Well for some reason that I have no idea how I pulled the trigger and a hot burst of steam came out of the dear, he jumped six feet in the air, and he started running down the mountain. He was only about sixty yards away from me when I pulled the trigger so there is no excuse of me missing him. I thought that I missed him but my Uncle was yelling “you got him Jedder, you got him good”. Well we took off after him and found his blood trail. We followed that until we came up on him. He was standing stiff as a board and he was not moving. I was about twenty yards away and pumped another 7 MM’s into his side and he dropped like a rock. As we approached him I saw right where my first bullet hit him. Right in the neck! It barely got him. It literally slit his throat. Well we celebrated for a few minutes, took some pictures and stuff and then gutted the little guy. It was quite the experience. No lie man the moment I got that three by two buck I thought to myself, the G-Unit is watching me right now and I know that he is proud. I love you Greg more then you will ever know. I want to tell you how much you mean to me man. You are one of my best friends and I look up to you and respect you so much. I can’t wait one day when we will reunite and we can talk about all of the fun things we have done and memories we have together. You are the man. Take care up there and do work and I will do the same down here. Till we meet again my man. Love, Your Boy 4 Life/Eternity -Jed Andersen

27: "But there is a resurrection, therefore the grave hath no victory, and the sting of death is swallowed up in Christ. He is the light and the life of the world; yea, a light that is endless, that can never be darkened; yea, and also a life which is endless, that there can be no more death." -Mosiah 16:8-9

29: Jr. High

31: G Unit-Greggor-Greggory D. Gray, Wow where do I start? You left a gaping hole in my life and I am struggling. I never thought we’d be separated like this, but I do know there’s more to life after death and that you are in an amazingly pure and happy place. I KNOW I can see you again if I just live my life like you lived yours-by following Christ; however, even that knowledge doesn’t ease the pain of not having you here and now. I hope that I will always feel you close by me, just as loyal and awesome a friend as you’ve been since we were five. I’m so grateful for our group of friends and the way you completed our group and always kept us laughing and loving life. I want to be as happy and as righteous as you are. Greggor you are all give and no take. You always put other people (including me) before yourself and you loved unconditionally. As I’m sure you remember for example, we had some good times catching salamanders in your window well and frogs at your cabin years ago. I loved catching our little critters. Looking back, I see that for you it probably was pretty boring and not all that fun, but you never made it seem that way. At your cabin you always showed me a good time, and were up for salamander catching at pretty much every hangout or sleepover we had at your house. When we could have done other things, you were selfless and made sure that I was having fun. I love you for that. We sure have had some awesome adventures together. There are so many good ones. I seriously think you almost killed me at least a couple times driving around Ogden. I don’t know how many times I yelled at you to check your blind spot, but usually you had a near miss and after we got out of a tight spot we’d always laugh pretty good and turn up the jams a little louder. I sure loved making fun of the North Ogden cops with you too. I remember one time you found a Democrat hat at walmart and you were so disgusted with Al Gore and his global warming or something that you threw it on the ground and started stomping on it. Pretty soon that old guy came up and yelled at you to “have some respect for your country” and we just all laughed so hard. The Democrats, the Illegals and the Gays: 3 topics of discussion that were hilarious to hear you rant about. The good old days of sneaking onto golf courses and wading/diving in the ponds for gold balls was such a blast. Pizza sticks on the way to rolling hills was the best. Even after we got old enough to drive, we still would always stop at Karmart for drinks on our way to classic waterslides, the mall or on our way to work at Lorin Farr or something. Really looking back, sometimes it felt like we were connected at the hip. You are my brother and my best friend. I’m so glad I got to share such good times for the past 17 years. I don’t know if I’ll ever be able to play Mario Strikers again Greg. You were my real competition, not Choch, and I can remember countless sleepovers hootin’ and hollerin’ til late at night playing Strikers. Most of those nights we hung out at Beto’s or Zeppe’s before and so any time I do any of those things I will think of you. It really felt like we lived at each other’s houses at times. When we were young we played a ton of b-ball on your driveway and later would just play for hours after school in my backyard with everybody. Those were the best days. Although we didn’t have the same love for the “Brazilian” (soccer), I will never forget the time you ran into that pillar at Green Acres while playing keeper. You were gushing blood everywhere, and although I’m not positive, I would bet that was a contributing factor your dislike of the game. Speaking of gushing blood, I can’t forget your love of scary movies and everything creepy. You (along with Chris usually) got me to watch things I would never choose to watch: Army of Darkness, Tales of the Crypt, It, The Ring, The Grudge and countless others. Thanks to your help, scary movies don’t really faze me anymore. I actually like them because they remind me of you. Obviously then, you made Halloween awesome (along with your mom). Going to watch Jaycee perform in Thriller with you on that group date was so fun. You are such an amazing brother. I am very envious of your relationship with Jaycee especially. You have always been so loving, patient, and protective of her. Your example has helped me care more about people and want to be a better brother to Lauren. I guess the only thing I can really say Greg is that you made me a better man. You always talked me up and complimented me and made me feel so good about myself. You would often point out my good qualities and say that you wanted to be more like me.well I’m telling you Greg: I want to be just like you. YOU ARE MY HERO. Your influence and friendship in my life has been irreplaceable and I will always cherish our memories. I can never replace a brother like you. It’s hard for me to come home from Provo Greg. I can’t drive down any street in Ogden without memories of you and all that we’ve done together flooding my mind. It is so hard to have that reality hit me every time I come home that you are not here. I miss your happy face and infectious laugh. However, I can still see and hear them in my mind. As hard as it is to not have you here, I won't let myself be sad. You wouldn't want that. I'm gonna smile through the hard times and laugh at all times because my brother Greg taught me that's what happiness really is. I won’t ever forget you G-Unit. Keep my dad company in heaven. I can’t wait to catch up with you both. I love you Greggor.“I’ll be missin’ you” Love, P. Diddy/Parkie (Your BROTHER 4EVER)

32: "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his Friends." -John 15:13

33: High School | "And I'll be wearin' white When I come into your kingdom. I'm as green as the ring on my little cold finger..."

35: "Hey....You....GUUUUYYYYS" (goonies style)!

36: "Life beyond the grave is as real, and as certain, as is our life here." -President Monson

37: To the Gray Family, As I am sitting here thinking back on all the good times I’ve have had with your son, as well as some of the scary times, I can’t help but just feel lucky that I was blessed with such a good friend to have by my side. My deepest condolences go out to all of you Steve, Jerri Ann, Jaycee and Brad. I know without a shadow of a doubt that Greg loves each of you so much. He’s told me so on many occasions. Steve and Jerri Ann you did such a good job on raising Greg. He was the friendliest and most driven person; he was finding out what he wanted and was going to get it. In the time since all this happened I’ve had countless people that knew Greg from work, school and just Greg being social that have come up to me and expressed their sorrow and regret at his loss. They all tell me how polite and thankful he would always be, and how he had the most wonderful laugh, love for life and how his upbeat personality was infective. I could see the sadness in their eyes and hear the sorrow in their voice as he was talked about. People that Greg didn’t even know very well could just tell that he was special. Over the last few weeks I have been thinking back on the good times and fun things we have done. A few of the strongest memories I have are of me being able to join your family up at your cabins in island park. I love the pictures of me, Jaycee and Greg up there when we were younger. Then again years later when you allowed us to go to your cabin with only our friends, times like that are memories that mean so much more now and I’m so thankful that we were able to do those things. I will be able to think back and tell my future family that I knew Greg and I’ll be able to tell them how great he is. Greg will always be remembered and loved for the great person he made himself into with the help of such a wonderful family. I would like to thank your family for everything you’ve done for me and for raising such a great son that has always been like a brother to me and always will. Love always, Todd Abbott

39: Cruisin' | "I've never known the love of a woman, But it sure felt nice when she was holdin' my hand..."

41: "There's a girl here in town, Says she'll love me forever. Who woulda thought Forever could be severed by The sharp knife of a short life, Well, I've had just enough time..."

43: Greg, My brother, you always have been one of my very closest friends. I could talk to you about anything and you would always listen and crack some kind of joke. It was always an enjoyable conversion when I was with you. We have so many memories together, our many basketball camps and sleep over’s. I remember when I first met you. I believe it was in either kindergarten or a soccer game or something. I remember looking at your head and I thought you had a big head. Years later we have talked about it and it was your mom just doing your hair in a very tall way, where it made me think that it looked huge. I remember one sleep over we wanted to have when we were in first grade or something. It was a Friday night and my dad wanted me to go work but I knew that we did talk about having a sleep over. I told my dad that we were having a sleep over because I didn’t want to go work. I tried to call you but you just wouldn’t pick up. I think I acted to talk to you on the phone and I told my dad that we were having a sleep over. So he drove me up to your house. Ha I was hoping and praying that you were home because you were not picking up the phone. I had my sleeping stuff and you came to the door I looked at you thru the window and you paused when you looked at me with a confused look on your face and then opened the door and said Hi with a confused voice. I played off like we planned it. I said something regarding a sleep over and you probably didn’t want to be mean so you welcomed me in. So we were able to have a sleep over by me just knocking on your door with sleep over stuff. Haha. I think your parents were confused with the look on their faces as well. I hope I didn’t get you into trouble. Ha I remember one day after school in 4th grade when we went home to my house to have basketball practice. There was a girl in our grade and I liked her a lot and she liked me but for some reason she meowed at me one day and at first I was surprised and I didn’t do anything, but I liked her and the next time she meowed at me I would bark at her haha, and one day when we were going to my house to practice ball she meowed at me right in front of you and out of routine I barked! Ha and I remember the look on your face when we did this. I think you said something like “what the heck was that” and you just started to laugh. You would bring that story up to me from time to time, and would never let me forget it. ha I remember when you invited me to the cabin and I threw up every night and I got terrified when we watched “When a stranger calls” I think I cried. Ha I also remember when in 7th grade when we had a class together and I was pretending to choke you and the teacher was walking and stopped and looked at us and just looked at me, I took my hands of your neck and patted you on the head in front of her haha, I remember you said that I didn’t pat your head but stroking your hair. We laughed when she left. We had such a fun time in Jr. High and High school, on the basketball team together. I remember when we would call you Gunner Greg in Jr. High and High school. You had the sweetest shot you could shoot from anywhere and make it. I remember you made like a game wining shot I believe in Jr. high and we were all jumping around and you were jumping and while you were in the air Coach Short was excited to and he pushed you while in the air and you fell to the ground and you looked up at coach short not knowing if he pushed you cause he was angry or something but you were way taken by surprise. Greg most of these stories I remember because of the look on your face you could always tell when you were thinking when something would happen and I always thought it was funny. I remember in basketball camp we had this kid that would do a beaver chant and cheer and I remember we would just laugh when he would do it. Here is a little sample of what we heard. “Beaver 1, Beaver 2 lets go to beaver school nip, nip. Nip, nip ,nip, Beaver 2, Beaver 3 lets climb the Beaver Tree nip, nip, nip, nip, nip, nip. It was so funny to us because he would nibble at an imaginary piece of wood and act like a beaver. Haha I remember when you and your mom helped me out with my lunch lady land skit, which was so much fun. I looked at my dance photos and you were in like every single one of them. You were such a fun dancer because you would just go crazy on the dance floor. I remember when my dad got mad at me because you and Maddie were on the bean bag on the floor, and he said that he didn’t want Greg getting a girl pregnant at his house. I remember you were so surprised and thought it was crazy that my dad said that. We had many fun dating experiences together. I loved that we had a senior trip together. And our trip up to the cabin with just us friends was so much fun. I miss your crazy driving and your love for scary movies like me. You were such a loyal friend if anything went down or anyone would talk bad about us you were not afraid to say anything. You were true and you loved your family and friends. You knew who you were and you wouldn’t change it for anyone. I admire the way you were with your Grandparents and your parents. You respected them and you had great love for them. You know the thing I talked about earlier that you were easy to read what you were thinking because of your face, well you could tell that by the way you were with your family but also your friends. We all knew that you loved us and cared about us. I know that you felt the same. I love when we were on our mission how at the end of every letter you would right Brothers Forever. I always loved reading that because it is true Greg, forever we will be brothers, this is just a short time I will see you soon and I can’t wait to see you and give you a great big hug again. Remember my nickname for you or at least my main one that I would call you ‘MyGregor” I will see you soon Mygregor. I love you. Brothers Forever C-Man, Chris, Christian Wangsgard

44: "A penny for my thoughts, Oh no, I'll sell 'em for a dollar. They're worth so much more After I'm a goner. Maybe then you'll here the words I've been singin' Funny when you're dead how people start listnin'"{

45: "Fra-gil-e... must be Italian"

46: "It may not be on a mountainside, or over the stormy sea. It may not be at the battle's front, my Lord will have need of me. But if by a still small voice he calls to paths that I do not know. I'll answer dear Lord, with my hand in thine...."I'll go where you want me to go""

49: "The last enemy that shall be destroyed is death" 1 Corinthians 15:26

50: "What's Crack-A-Lackin?"

51: "Sink me in the river, at dawn. Send me away with the words of a love song. | The LORD is my shepherd, I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: He leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul: He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death. I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever | Greggor, we love ya

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