Dead Souls Quotes by Nikolai Gogol
The Relationship of Flesh and Spirit; Physical Things vs. Spiritual Things
It is often fear that lies behind that question. To answer quickly up front, your soul goes to heaven immediately when you die. Jesus often talked about life going on into eternity. He literally meant they would live on forever. Look closely at this conversation between Jesus and Martha, the sister of Lazarus who had just died. Jesus further comforts her by pointing out that Lazarus would not have to wait that long to experience the joys of eternal life. In that sense, we will never die, even though our body remains here until Judgment Day.
That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Each man and woman born into this world is a being made of three 3 distinct components:. It is flesh made from a collection of unremarkable mineral elements but is mostly water and is in harmony with the nature and spirit of this world. It grows, matures, begins to deteriorate, eventually dies, and then decomposes back into its constituent elements and remains a part of the dust of the world. This is your individuality, your "I AM" so to speak made in God's image , your "heart.
Is the soul conscious after death? This is not a new question. For centuries there have been certain religionists who have contended that the soul existed after death but that it was not conscious. Upon investigation, some of you may be surprised to know of the wide-spread belief in the teaching of the sleeping of the soul. Because of the universal interest in the whereabouts of the dead, false sects prey upon the public, claiming complete knowledge of the subject. Such statements as the following are but a few of the distortions and perversions of the Holy Scriptures that have to do with the soul after death. These ideas were read into the Bible, but were never in the mind of the inspired writers.
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