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In 1955, Wyatt Sawyer wrote a book titled, “Must the Young Die Too?” That publication chronicled the life of one individual and the consequence of his actions. This book will not deal with just one person, but with many. Every story (chapter) will in fact be taken from the life of an individual (or individuals) with whom I have had personal contact, yet many different men and women have repeated the same theme to me as I have spent over 28 years going into jails and prisons to teach the Gospel of Christ to the incarcerated. It is an absolute that Christ came into the world to seek and save sinners (Luke 19:10), and it is just as certain that those confined to prison cells fit both conditions; (1) sinners (2) whom the Lord desires to be saved. (II Peter 3:9) The title of this writing comes from the phrase that is heard or read almost every day on news broadcasts and in newspapers. A jury will be reported as handing down a sentence of, “Life without the possibility of parole”. But there are literally thousands who go through life without certain things, some of these we will see are things involving those that are incarcerated and some will be the things that preceded their confinement. We will attempt to address at least some of these through the lives of souls that it has been my lot to meet in the last two decades.