Some people were meant to live and leave. As well as to teach and remind us who God truly is. Also be aware that not everyone will taste death. Heaven is now so close to earth. People die like feathers blown away by the slightest wind. Indeed it’s appointed to man to die once and after death judgement. Our lives on earth are just temporary. Our time on is very limited than we ever thought. We have so much to work on as we breathe every single day. Brethren, we have that chance now or never before the inevitable friend visits us without notice.
The truth about the fact is that, our body and soul can never sense “sudden” death approaching; but the spirit man sees. It all depends on how connected one is to God. Moreover, death is not really the problem but what comes after. What comes after death also depends on what you did with your time on earth and how useful or useless you were living your life. We should always remember life is not permanent, the clock to our graves is still ticking. This reminds me of the very popular song we all probably know from our nursery and primary days; “My grand father’s clock was too large for the shell so it stood ninety years on the floor…”.
Knowing or remembering this song means, the very moment we are even conceived in our mother’s womb as clots of blood, our clocks begin to tick.
In this book I will give you so many examples and insightful information as to why we always have to be ready to meet death no matter how fearful we might seem to feel. By God’s special grace, I will also give you so many insights I got inspired from renowned men and women of God during their exegeses to the body of Christ and also during my presence.
Life in God’s perspective is the gain in death but in man’s feeble mindset is the fear and anxiety of death. Choose wisely.
God or Man?
We live to die. We die to live.
The author’s book “Death – The Inevitable Friend” will surely bless and inspire many who are hypnotised in fear of death but to embrace the joy that rests in eternal peace after life on earth.