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challenge 19 AFTER LIFE

challenge 19 AFTER LIFE
By lindaseaver on 06/12/2011
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What i think about when you die from my
human perspective,i think you go into a spiritual relm with oter spirits frankly i hate talking or thinkng about dying it
gives me goose bumps im pretty optomistic i
like to discuss the here and now but the relm
of uncertianity or should i say after one dies relm one can only guess the Lord is in control of the spirit relm just my opinon,now what i believe nappens after you die is this
the soul departs the body is joined in heaven with the Creator God and loved ones that have past for an eternity your given a celestial life with celestial responsibilities and celestial opportunities you can walk and talk to the ancients Moses,Noah ect.,etc, your given a new name and your old nature fades away
your name is written in the Lambs book of life and you are transformed from glory to glory
your celestial life has arrived and there is no reason to look back Jesus gives you a heavenly body complete without any sin
you are then reunited with your loved ones
your earthly vessel is buried the mourners are dismissed there is now angelic rejoicing in heaven- a sinner has come home this is how i look at it.

© By lindaseaver On 6/12/2011 3:04:47 AM
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