Do You Have A Fear Of Death?
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This fear of death infused me with the desire to live and to live harder. ~ Josh Lucas
Revelation 21:4 ‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death’ or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away.”
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Many people fear death, but death is something not to worry about, especially if you know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior.
I do not fear death, although the thought of suffering to me is something that I have had to take to the Lord in prayer.
Whatever the Lord’s will is, I agree and in with all my chips. Some people are afraid of death and dying, but there ought not to be any fear!
Do You Have A Fear Of Death?
I will tell you that my mom did not have a fear of death. Some people talk about having no fear of death. People said to me that they wanted to die in their sleep without pain.
That sounds peaceful, but no matter how my life ends, I know that I will be in heaven because of the personal relationship I have had with Jesus Christ, not because of any good that I have done, but what Jesus has already done. Can you say the same? If you not sure, click here.
Mom Had A Big Heart And A Great Sense Of Humor!
Mom Did Not Fear Death Because She Knew The Lord!
At the dinner table, you have heard it said to keep your fork because the best part is coming, which is the Desert. When I die, I want to have a fork in my casket to remind others that the best is yet to come, hHeaven!
My first experience with the death of someone close to me was my best friend Steve Mader, I was 16 years old, and his death hit me very hard. So hard that it lead me to find so-called comfort in alcohol and drugs.
Looking back now, if I had reached out to someone to talk things out, it might not have been so traumatic of an experience that his death brought me.
The death of my mother, Diana Greguska, was another severe death to deal with. But with my mom, she lived to be 93, and I had the opportunity to take care of her for the last eight years of her life since she helped me my entire life! You can read more about my mom in a diary that I wrote in honor of her life. ~ Bill Greguska
Here Are Some Helpful Links:
- Do you know what heaven will be like?
- Have you ever thought about what hell is like?
- How is physical death related to spiritual death?
- What does the Bible say about death?
- What happens after death?
Things You Can Say To Comfort Someone!
- “I’m sorry for your loss.”
- “You are in my thoughts/I’m thinking of you.”
- “He/she was a wonderful person.”
- “I will miss him/her.”
- “This must be so hard for you.”
- “I love you.”
- “When you’re ready, I’d like to get together to learn more about what the person who died was like.”