Death Thereafter

The weight of the world cramping our lifestyle with pounds of provoking insolence even with divine intervention is a lot to bear. We’ve gotten to a point in time where life is playing dodge ball with boulders and those who are with sin cast the first stones causing hypocrisy to be a feasible choice amongst a seemingly ironclad of options. What little hope is left can be given thanks to God but the devil’s persuasion and life’s affiliation with his ruse has us questioning exactly why we fight for this dying trade.

It is death itself that enforces this upkeep of a structure coming to its end held up by pillars long forgotten and crumbling. Philippians chapter one verse twenty-one says simply for to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain; second Corinthians chapter five verse eight takes this even further saying we are of good courage, I say, and prefer rather to be absent from the body and to be at home with the Lord. You see this seemingly endless parade of lifeless floats that dances blind with arrogance through the streets of this planet is but a jot in retrospect of true life’s memoir. The lack this side of eternity has in regards for standing strong in God’s principles will be made known for those with disregard and those who knew will see the dividend.

We are so enthralled with the glamourous mask of addiction, intertwined with the toys money gains, and star struck by our media that we believe nirvana is simply a band. Our acceptance of this ending life, though false, has us believing we must live it to the full and our false belief of its nonexistent consequential state brings us into the darkness of sin. The sad fact of the matter is that we as a people have been persuaded out from under righteousness and are completely unaware of the serious repercussion to this path choice.

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