tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post79097820329525564..comments2019-07-05T04:01:28.176-04:00Comments on RE: Think: The Last Days - Warning Passages & Eternal SecurityUnknownnoreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post-32688702764141124432008-11-18T07:53:00.000-05:002008-11-18T07:53:00.000-05:00Well, then... I guess that settles it. So, pray t...Well, then... I guess that settles it. So, pray tell, where did you acquire such insight into the "death process?" It's certainly an extra-biblical view, and your ambiguity as to what the "next life" may be leads me to believe we probably share a drastically different world view. But, I'll bite... <BR/><BR/>Yes, every Christian dies... but will be raised again. <BR/><BR/>We do know what happens to them after they die. <BR/><BR/>You're correct, however, that my thoughts, writings, and spoken word do not impact my final destination: we call this salvation by faith alone in Christ alone. <BR/><BR/>Not sure where your 3-day theory comes from. I'll leave that to the philosophers.<BR/><BR/>Agreed. We cannot assist in someone else's post-mortem life.<BR/><BR/>Interesting that you think we cannot assist, yet we can hinder. I would categorically disagree there.<BR/><BR/>Right again. Because of my faith in Christ, I do not fear death. "Where, O death, is your victory? Where, O death, is your sting?" (1 Cor. 15:55)Nick Carterhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/05389903464638309338noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-9193910827847323491.post-71055308389442206052008-11-18T05:00:00.000-05:002008-11-18T05:00:00.000-05:00Christians have been talking about the "last days"...Christians have been talking about the "last days" for nearly 2000 years. <BR/><BR/>And of course every single one of them has died.<BR/><BR/>And nobody has the faintest idea of what happened to their spirit when their meat-body died.<BR/><BR/>And you could drop dead in five seconds from now and not one word of what you have ever thought, written, or spoken will make the slightest bit of difference as to what will happen to your spirit when the DEATH PROCESS begins to occur.<BR/><BR/>It generally takes about three days for the spirit being to become completely dis-entangled with all of its bodily associations. <BR/><BR/>How will you or any of your loved ones assist that PROCESS, either in your own case and others too?<BR/><BR/>If you dont know how to assist the process then you WILL inevitably disturb the process and thus do the person a dis-service. That is retard or prevent their easeful passage in to the "next" life-- wherever that is.<BR/><BR/>Plus the essential key to surrendering into the death process is to let go of fear.Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com