If I have to die

"God has not destined us for anger, but to the possession of salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ." 1 Thessalonians 5:9
"It is reserved for men to die once - and after that the judgment." Hebrews 9:27

 

           My be is composed of two parts, the material: the body; the other immaterial: the soul, who resides temporarily in the body. My body is intended to the Dust: it is the Bible which I said, and the countless cemeteries, as all the graves in the world, the show. Because I am a sinner, as all men since Adam, my body, derived from the dust, must return to the dust; God has said (Genesis 3:19). When I die, my soul, it, will leave its deadly envelope and return to God who has given (Ecclesiastes 12:7). In the Bible, the heart represents the inner Being (spirit and soul), whereas the outer man corresponds to the body. The be inside of the man and his body does not oppose, but interact constantly. In my heart is develop the thoughts, the choices, the decisions…

          If I thought, the Holy Spirit dwells in me, in my inner being. This is also, and through its constant care, that I perceive the love of God for me. When someone dies, its body is put in a tomb. But "the hour is coming when all who are in the tombs will hear his voice; and they will come" (John 5:28, 29). The one who has believed in the Lord Jesus will come out by the Resurrection, glorious, similar to Christ who will come remove those that he has redeemed for that they are always with him (1 Thessalonians 4:16, 17). The one who will not have thought to raise him also, but to be judged by the Holy God (Revelation 20:11-13). The believer, him, will not come into judgment, because Christ has been considered in its place (John 5:24).

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