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Re: Lou's request for clarification3

Posted by rayww on September 11, 2004, at 10:47:12

In reply to Re: Lou's request for clarification3 rayww, posted by Lou Pilder on September 11, 2004, at 7:25:20

First of all Lou, I have to say you reallly liven things up here on PBF. I am glad you are back.

> rayww,
> You wrote,[...there is a space between death and ressurection...if a person dies without law...].
> Are you saying:
> A. there is a space of time between death and the ressurection of the body of a person?
> B. There is a space in time between death and the ressurection of the spirit of a person.
> C. There is a space of time between both the resurrection of the body and the spirit of a person.
> D. People are resurrected to be given a second chance to obey the laws of God .
> E. something else which is...
> Lou

In answer to your question Lou: people of my faith believe
E. something else which is,
Resurrection means restoration. Complete 100% restoration of a whole person, not missing even a hair on their head. Restored, reunited, inseparably connected, spirit to body of a person. The second chance will come in the space between death and resurrection (spirit). You will always be you, so take care of yourself today while it is called today. Today by definition is the day for men to prepare to meet God.

How can this be? Was the tombe of Jesus empty after 3 days? Were the graves opened and were people seen being raised from the dead at that time? Yes, on both continents.
Did David's remains remain? Yes, because he was not yet permitted resurrection because of his plot to murder Uraiah in order to marry Bathsheba.
I find it comforting to know that even David is promised not to be left in hell forever. His space will be seriously longer than most, about 4000 years of our time, or longer. It is interesting to note that David and Bathsheba are the ancestors of Christ, proving we all have skeletons in our closets. (no pun intended) although maybe that is where that saying stemmed from, who knows?

Frankly Lou, I look at the New Testament as evidence and witnesses of the reality and divinity of Jesus Christ because of his resurrection from the dead. Count me a believer.




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