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MS. JIMMIE LOU “SHAPE” MORAN INGRAM – Age 81, of Rome, Georgia passed away Saturday, August 12, 2017 at Hospice of Rome. She was a member of the Baptist faith and was the widow of the late, Charles Frankie Ingram.

She is survived by her one daughter, Tamarillo (James) Curtis Barber; two sons, Christopher Ingram of Calhoun, Georgia and Corey (Lola) Ingram of Detroit, Michigan; grandchildren; one sister, Bernice Smith of Detroit; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Graveside Service will be held Friday, August 18, 2017 at 3:00 P.M. at Poplar Springs Cemetery, Highway 140, Adairsville, Georgia, with Bishop Claud Jones officiating. Her remains will lie in state at the funeral home on Thursday at 11:00 A.M. Please share your thoughts and memories of Ms. Jimmie Ingram at www.willisfuneralhomedalton.com. Arrangements by Willis Funeral Home, Inc., Dalton, Georgia.


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  • Monday, August 14, 2017
    Our staff will continue to keep your family in our prayers. We thank you for allowing us to serve your family.
    ~ Willis Funeral Home, Inc.
  • Monday, August 14, 2017
    I'm sorry to hear about your loss. May you find strength from the words of Psalms 34:18. It reads Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit." Our loving God is there for us in times like this. He didn't intend for us to grow old and die. He thus has made the SURE promise of a resurrection right here on earth when it is restored to a beautiful paradise (Psalms 37:9-11, 29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 55;11). Can you see yourself welcoming back to life your loved ones? What a joy it will bring all of us. You can go online to JW.ORG and find out more about this resurrection.
    ~ R&R Lopez
  • Tuesday, August 15, 2017
    God is yourrefuge and strength, a very present help in the time of trouble. Ps. 46:1 Dea. Corey Ingram, the entire church is praying for you and your family. luv you much. CCBC FAMILY
    ~ Pastor, jake hill   detroit, MI
  • Friday, August 18, 2017
    May The Lord Confort and give you all strength in the loss of your love one🙏
    ~ Bishop Reuben and Helen Graham   Dalton, GA
  • Tuesday, August 22, 2017
    Do Humans Become Angels When They Die? Many people cherish the belief that angels are the souls of deceased humans, although few religions officially endorse the notion. The media has popularized this concept in movies and television series about dead people who ‘earn their wings’ as angels by helping and protecting the living. Can you, in truth, expect your loved ones to become angels at death? What does the Bible teach on this matter? To answer, let us first review what the Holy Scriptures really say about the nature of angels and the actual condition of the dead. Angels—Unique Creations Angels are invisible, powerful servants of God who reside in the spirit realm. Their existence is independent of that of humans. Angels are spirits created by God. The Bible says: “Let [the angels] praise the name of Jehovah; for he himself commanded, and they were created.”—Psalm 148:2, 5. The Bible reveals that many millions of faithful celestial creatures, including seraphs and cherubs, obediently serve in specialized roles according to their rank and assignments. (Psalm 103:20, 21; Isaiah 6:1-7; Daniel 7:9, 10) Did humans have to die in order for God to bring all those angels into existence? In fact, that is quite impossible. Why? The Bible shows that the angels were created long before humans. When Jehovah created the planet that humans would much later inhabit, the angels—referred to poetically as morning stars—‘joyfully cried out together and began shouting in applause.’ (Job 38:4-7) So they were in existence for aeons before man appeared on earth. Moreover, angels and humans differ greatly in their nature and their place in Jehovah’s purpose.* God created man “a little lower than angels,” so those spirit creatures are rightly considered superhuman, with greater mental capacities and power. (Hebrews 2:7) The “proper dwelling place” of angels is the heavens. (Jude 6) As to humans, God’s original purpose was for man to live forever on earth. (Genesis 1:28; 2:17; Psalm 37:29) If the first human couple had been obedient to God, they would never have died. From the beginning, then, humans and angels have enjoyed very different places in God’s purpose. What Happens at Death? Important questions we need to examine are: What happens to humans who die? Do they continue existing but in another form, perhaps as angels in the spirit realm? The Bible has this simple and clear answer: “The living are conscious that they will die; but as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all.” (Ecclesiastes 9:5) So at death humans cease to exist. The dead know, feel, and experience absolutely nothing. Is there hope for the dead? Yes! The Bible shows that the hope for humans who have died is to be resurrected. The dead are to be raised to life as humans on a paradise earth to live forever—Luke 23:43; John 5:28; Ps 37:11,29. Consider, too, the contrast between dead humans and living angels. Whereas deceased humans “are conscious of nothing at all,” angels have full consciousness, feelings, and personal will. They are free moral agents. (Genesis 6:2, 4; Psalm 146:4; 2 Peter 2:4) The dead are described as “impotent,” or powerless, while angels are “mighty in power.” (Isaiah 26:14; Psalm 103:20) And while human descendants of Adam die as a result of sin and imperfection, God-fearing angels are perfect, enjoying a fully approved standing before Jehovah.—Matthew 18:10. The idea that angels are the souls of deceased humans might make for imaginative TV programs or movies, but the notion finds no support in the Scriptures. The Bible truths set forth above help us to avoid any misconception about the fate of our loved ones who die. And the Bible assures us that faithful angels—separately created, powerful servants of God—are superior to humans and are always ready to do Jehovah’s will. Happily, God’s will includes using the angels to watch over and assist those who sincerely respect Jehovah and seek to serve him.—Psalm 34:7. For more comfort you and the family can get here's my email wanttohelponesthataresad@gmail.com and my text 919-561-8472.
    ~ Debbie   Graham, NC