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No More Death

“For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans.6.23.NASB)

Pain, suffering, death, hunger, thirst, sorrow, mourning, poverty; there is a place where all these have passed away. Would you like to go there? Jesus has promised eternal life to all who believe and follow after Him. He has promised to go and prepare a place for us, in His Father’s house, and to come again and receive us to Himself, so that we may be where He is also. Jesus made this promise to all His sheep; not just to those who followed Him during His earthly ministry but those also who believe in Him through their word. Jesus was captured, scourged, and crucified on a Roman cross made of wood. While on that cross He suffered, bleed, and died. He was taken down, buried in a tomb, and then on the third day He arose from the dead appearing first to the women, then to two men on the road to Emmaus, then to Peter, then the other apostles, and then to over 500 hundred brethren at one time. Demonstrating that He has both the power and the authority to do what He promised to do. He ascended into heaven and is now seated in the place of power at the right hand of God, making intercession on behalf of all who come to God through faith in Him.

In heaven the dwelling place of God every tear will be wiped away; and there will no longer be any death; there will no longer be any mourning, or crying, or pain. There is one catch however; there will be no sin there as well, for sin is the cause of all these miseries. That is why Jesus said; “Unless one is born again he cannot see the kingdom of God.” (John.3.3.NASB). If you love your sin then you will not love heaven, because there is no sin in heaven. But if you hate your sin then you will love heaven, because there is no sin in heaven. In heaven God will wipe away every tear from your eyes; and there will no longer be any death; there will no longer be any mourning, or crying, or pain; for all these are the consequence of sin and that’s really what hell is isn’t it; the eternal consequence of sin.

Repent and come to Jesus today and He will wipe away every tear from your eye and will take you into His Father’s house where He has gone to prepare a place for us; where there will no longer be any death; there will no longer be any mourning, or crying, or pain; because there will no longer be any sin.

A slave of Jesus Christ

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