The Importance Of Life After Death

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There is no doubt that trying to take our own life is terribly tragedy.
This is ungodly human acting in desperation and disgrace,
Are you willing to die in your own way? or Are you willing to die naturally?
Obviously many people supports to help the sick and dying in their sorrow to die naturally, because the bible said that our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in us, whom we have received from God. We are not out own. (1 Corinthians 6:19 NIV)

There is many choices to live comfortably near at the end of life, such as nursing home, skilled nursing facility, assisted living, independent living, or their own house.
Also, the professional health care are being educated to help the sick and dying, such as hospice nurse, certified nursing
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Then they are experiencing life and death in the last moment in their life.
Could they choose to stop it when they found out what life after death is?

Could they choose to go back to their life?
Life after death is still mysterious.
We need to respect and honor our own life and other’s life.
In many story, we heard that some people believe that the disease is killing the sick and dying.
Whatever the situation, the disease is killing or not killing. The death time is still mysterious.
"Look, I will come as unexpectedly as a thief! Blessed are all who are watching for me, who keep their clothing ready so they will not have to walk around naked and ashamed."
Revelation 16:15 (NLT)
He knows the perfect time to go with Him.
Are we ready?
Maria has suffered from lung cancer connected to lung cancer. She was admitted to hospice care for six month to live.
Maria is so blessed. Jeanne, her nice is a nurse. She is taking care of her.
Maria shared her feeling to Jeanne.
“Jeanne, the physical cancer treatment consumed my body such as less hair. The pain in my back is so bad even I couldn’t sit anymore.”
Jeanne knows that her auntie body couldn’t stand anymore with the cancer
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