Being born, living, dying, is that all?

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Reflexion (Paz Total)

But I will see his face in justice, I will be satisfied when I wake up to his likeness. Psalm 17:15

Have you ever wondered what is the meaning of life? Who came up with such madness called life? Life has some good moments, perhaps moments of glory and enjoyment, and much pleasure, but as time passes, the agony arrives and the hope of comfort dissipates, what will happen next? What about death? Is there life beyond? Will fanatical Christians have a reason about heaven or hell? How can I trust that it is true and that this is not the product or invention of charlatans or fraudulent? I speak to you as a person who also had my questions at the time, however the key to all this is in the life of Jesus, a man who walked the earth more than two thousand years ago, fully man and in turn, fully one with God, the son of the living God, who became man and lived among us, suffered what we and much more, and also died for us, for us because we were condemned by the sin of Adam and Eve (the wages of sin is death ), but because of the death of Jesus made a curse for us, taking all our filth, all the things that we had to do sinful, put them on his shoulders and then give his life on the cross, paying the price of our redemption, of our freedom. And dying in that cross destiny to each human being to the forgiveness of his sins just to believe or accept his sacrifice in our place, but then on the third day he rises from the dead, leaves the glorious tomb, no longer bruised by the scourges received for his crucifixion but triumphant with a restored body but still keeping in his hands and on his side the marks of what I pay for us. His resurrection is our hope, because after carrying my sins, he rises and gives the firmest promise; I will prepare a place for you, and if I leave, I will come to look for you, so that where I am you will also be. The promise of the resurrection and of eternal life is real and so accurate and precise that Jesus himself confirmed it, his resurrection is not a story or fable as many believe, more than five thousand people and eyewitnesses showed it, more than two thousand non-believing writers recorded the case in history, and there are more ancient documents that certify his resurrection than those who certify our faith of life in the civil registry, that is as real as you are reading this, it is so real and safe that Jesus resurrected and that will return to look for his (he has never failed to fulfill his promises) he comes to find those who accepted him, and allowed him to transform their lives. Do not let death come to your life, without having a hope for a new, perfect and eternal life, if you doubt this, think for a moment, what do you lose by knowing Jesus? What do you lose by knowing this salvation offered to the believers ?, you do not lose anything, because you do not try it and you try to discover what plans God has for your life? The time is short and it is really worth knowing this hope, as well as to strive for your future and for your family, try Jesus, you will not lose anything, but on the contrary you can earn more, many of us are willing to share of this wonderful hope, know that there is good for your future and do not live with the anxiety that will happen tomorrow or in the future, but live with the full confidence that there is a better world to come. Dear is the death of the saints in the eyes of the Lord. Psalm 116: 15, The righteous in his death has hope. Proverbs 14:32, But God will redeem my life from the power of burial, when it will take me. Psalm 49:15 I know that my redeemer lives, and at last he will rise from the dust. Job 19:25, There is hope even for death, strive to know this hope and let God touch your heart.

Author: David Cedeño

Publication date: 01-Aug-2018