Accept It For What It Is

This subject never grows old or stale. It is a reminder to live life as both a Great Gift and as a Testimony to our loved ones and enemies. The world needs to know that we all deal with the issues of life but it is the perspective we have that dictates how we cope with difficulties in this world.

When a person isn’t grounded in God by faith and doesn’t read or understand the Bible or scripture, they don’t understand that death was the PENALTY for Adam & Eve’s disobedience and it was passed down to all of us.

As such, death is as much a part of life as breathing, and while it hurts to lose a loved one (because let’s be honor—we always end up thinking about all the things we SHOULD HAVE DONE with & for that person when they are gone), death is coming down EVERYONE’s lane sooner or later {unless the rapture happens first}.

Sometimes death is God’s blessing—it delivers those in pain, those who are weary, those who are suffering greatly—so we shouldn’t always associate death with punishment because sometimes it’s deliverance for the deceased.
Unlike those during early creation generations who lived hundreds of years, God shortened our life expectancy:

“The days of our years are threescore years and ten; and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away.”

Psalms 90:10

60 is good

70 better

80+ – God’s Abundant GRACE!

God owes us nothing – everything falls under his sovereignty and there is no changing that or arguing it. We are all on God’s time clock—he’s not on ours! When God gives our loved one rest, or when God punishes the wicked, accept it for what it is. Our biggest concern should be whether we are preparing those around us for the life that comes AFTER death.

Don’t stop living your life when a loved one is called into their eternal rest. Instead, God wants his children to keep living and telling the lost among them about how to be set free from the fear of death. And the only way to conquer the fear of death is to accept into your life the One who conquered the grave—Jesus Christ, our Savior & our Redeemer from sin.

The door to Christ is always open because he doesn’t want anyone to perish and be condemned. And if by chance you want to know how to receive the free gift of Salvation-DM me-I have the roadmap and would love to share it with you!

If you are a Believer in Jesus Christ, I ask you to share this message with your circle of influence because there may be someone among your followers who need to know that Jesus Christ conquered death to give us LIFE!

For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.

Romans 1:16 KJV

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