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HOW COULD THERE BE LIFE AFTER DEATH?
by Eugene Lopatynsky
8/06/2016 / Devotionals
Does any inventor invent to no purpose? What is the purpose for inventing life?
Consider, WHY would an INVENTOR invent CHROROPHYLL (cause of plant life)? Just to see something green? Without a plan or purpose? If a man thinks that, surely, his head-shrinkers would have little to work with.
Can you believe that if an inventor CAN construct an infinitely complex mechanism, such as your household pet, or such as YOU can you believe that the same inventor WOULD BE ALSO QUITE CAPABLE of constructing a mechanism to save and preserve your final consciousness and personality - and translate it into the realm of His infinite Justice or His infinite love? Our God is Love.
There is a PURPOSE, and an exceedingly beautiful purpose, to everything our Wonderful Lord does.
Unfortunately, there is also a purpose to what our enemy does. It's best not to be included in this guy's purpose.
After the fall of man God provided a way of escape. Today SALVATION IS FREE, just for BELIEVING in your SAVIOR and doing things HIS WONDERFUL WAY.
Would you believe that "GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life" (John 3:16)?
That's God's purpose, Old Boy. God has waiting for us everlasting life.
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