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Death Is Inevitable, But You Need not Fear….

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Last updated on September 26, 2017

Last updated on September 26,2017

Image Source: The Sunday Indian Weekly


Many fear even hearing the sound of this word.  

And Many do not like to talk about it too. 

Because it is such a word that, it creates a kind of fear and commotion among the individuals mind.

In this connection let us go back to the creation story.
When God created man He created them in His image, and there was no death.
But unfortunately man sinned and come short of the glory of God and death entered in and it continued to rule.
The Bible the God’s Word  says:  “The wages of sin is death.”  And it is appointed for men to die once, but after this judgment (Heb 9: 27).
Death is inevitable  But You Need not Fear….
Yes, If you are a believer in Christ and accepted Him as your personal Savior and Lord you need not fear. It is for sure that you need not fear death.
Yes, a believer’s life in Christ is sure and secure, His destination is clear and an appointed one.  After the death, He will be taken to Heaven.
The Bible says: “The death of His children is so precious to Him that it will not be an accident  Yes  his death is Precious in the Sight of God
But contrary to this in the recent past, there was a news emerge into the scenario.
“The breaking news was this and media put it as The Biggest Breaking News Ever!”
What a wonderful revelation.
This news item has published in a weekly magazine called “The Sunday Indian” (the only news magazine on earth in 14 languages) edited and published by Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri, a world renewed management guru (teacher).
He said in his editorial, “A scientist claiming that those who live for another twenty-odd year might actually go on to live forever.
The scientist, Ray Kurzweil, has been dubbed by none other than Bill Gates as the ‘smartest futurist on earth’. So when he speaks, you listen.
As per Ray in another twenty years, science would probably invent ways to re-programme our bodies and thereby reverse the aging process; and then nano-technology would let us live forever!
Read more on this subject here @(My Response to This is my other blog page) and read an editorial by Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri
What a sad finding or attempt to live forever. 
Yes, there is no end to the desires of man.
The life expectancy of man is up to 70 or 80 years, The Bible too says that: ” The days of our lives are seventy years; And if by reason of strength they are eighty years, Yet their boast is only labor and sorrow;  For it is soon cut off, and we fly away. (Psalms 90: verse 10)
It is for sure that man will die one day and it is appointed for everyone.
We all know that one day we all will die.
But the believers’ in Christ have a wonderful hope that after the life on this earth they will be going to a wonderful place, Jesus Christ is preparing for them.
So for others,  it’s vital to take a decision on this and is very important to make our lives count as long as we are living on this earth.
There is no doubt that there will be problems and difficulties on this earth but to end of all this will happen in Christ’s return, as the Bible calls it as “Jesus’ Second Coming”
Be Serious and think on this line- The Bible says: “He who does the will of God abides forever” (1 John Chapter 2 verse 17).
Death Is appointed to everyone, And it is Inevitable too.
No scientist or intellect can re-write this truth.
So Let Us Make a Decision Today to inherit that wonderful place called Heaven.
Let us obtain this by doing the will of God.
May God help each one of my readers here.
Have A Blessed Time Ahead.

For Philipscom & Associates

Philip Verghese ‘Ariel’





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  1. ajith

    Power of resurrection

    April 5, 2012
  2. I don’t fear death as much as I fear living without my loved ones.

    April 6, 2012

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