The definition of “Mortality” may be summed up as the state or condition of being subject to death.
We are all subject to death whether we realize it or not and we are never really prepared for it although we are reminded of death’s presence everyday.
Death visits our neighborhoods, our churches our families our homes and our communities daily. We sometimes are disturbed beyond description and shaken beyond belief by the loss of life by someone we know and love.
In this life, we are forced to face our own mortality and the reality that we will all die one day. We are forced to face the fact that death doesn’t discriminate, by age, education, health, wealth, position, race, sex or religion. Death comes for us all.
You can feel good and die today or you can feel bad and live another 50 years. Who knows why one lives while someone else dies? Who is there to discern the unsearchable plan of God?
The best that anyone can do is to be grateful for the time that they have and to glorify, serve, honor and obey the Giver of Eternal Life while His breath still resides in our bodies. Because without notice, He will require His breath back one day and the spirit will return to the One who gave it.
Therefore, love at every opportunity for God is love and loving each other doesn’t grieve His Spirit but pleases Him.
Forgive wherever possible for forgiveness is the Life-giving blood of the Spirit.
Repent daily for if we die to sin, then sin has no more rule over us and we are filled with His Holy breath that speaks out of us in an angelic language that confirms our adoption as sons and daughters of God and our life is now hidden with Christ in God.
And although our mortality is real for death is sure for it is appointed unto man once to die, we will not be held captive by death or suffer fear of death as those who have no hope.
Our hope is in the One who conquered death, hell and the grave.
In Him We Live, Move And Have Our Being.
In Him we are more than conquerors. We Are Eternal!
“I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in Me will live even if he dies, and everyone who lives and believes in Me will never die. Do you believe this?” (John 11:25-26)
Well, Do You?
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