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Thoughts on life’s temporary nature

Death of friends often makes us think on life’s temporary nature. As I was running this morning, I reflected on how fragile and temporary life is in our current “fallen state” (referring to the first man Adam through whom death came). Paul used the metaphor of a tent to refer to the temporary nature of […]

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Our hope beyond death

In 1 Thessalonians 4, Paul gives three statements or truths and one statement of application that we can know about our future hope in the midst of death (and all of human tragedy that we can imagine) and human separation from our loved ones and why it isn’t over for us. The first reason he […]

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