Why Must Our Loved Ones Die?

Why Must Our Loved Ones Die?
Photo by Alex Iby on Unsplash has captured what this old world would look like if God were not around.

Why Must Our Loved Ones Die? One of the worst parts about going through this life is losing a loved one.

I have lost many friends and loved ones over the years, and I am just thankful that one day I will get to see them all again in Heaven.

I love being alive, but many bad things are happening and with sickness going on, I am just ready to leave this old world.  Some days are worse than others, those days I’m not a fan of living and just wished it would end.

So many are suffering from sickness and death. People all over are suffering from crimes so bad they’re unthinkable. I prefer to just not think about all the bad in this old world and just wait until I am called up to Heaven.

God is still there despite any tragedy you may be experiencing.

We can see God if we just look around.

Why Must Our Loved Ones Die?
Photo by Amy Reed on Unsplash She captured an amazing picture of God


Why Must Our Loved Ones Die?
Photo by Amy Reed on Unsplash catches more things that are a sign of God…The beauty in these leaves didn’t happen because of some hiccup in Space.

Amy Reed from Tollesboro Primary Plus is my nurse and a great one at that. But she has a hidden talent – photography. Thank you, Amy, for posting your images on Unsplash so writers like me can have free to use images.

The man decided he didn’t need God, the man said he could build the world without God. So when the man said he didn’t need God or his help God said if that is how you want it – then you will suffer and die. Man took that position, and he began to suffer, and he has been dying ever since.

So if we don’t want to suffer and die then we should follow what God says for us to do. This way we can spend an eternity with our loved ones in Heaven.

Why Must Our Loved Ones Die?
Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

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