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“Live in Christ, die in Christ, and the flesh need not fear death.” -John Knox

Death: They say most people think about it four times a day. It’s not a bad thing to contemplate as 10 out of 10 people born on this earth will face it one day. But what does how we perceive death convey about what we believe about life? What about what we believe about God, and what comes next? We’ll take a look at these things in this episode and look to the Bible for answers.

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“Bring down the curtain—the farce is over.”
-French philosopher and comic, Francois Rabelais, who died in 1553.

“Our God is the God from whom cometh salvation. God is the Lord by whom we escape death.”
-Martin Luther.

“I am abandoned by God and man! I shall go to hell! O Christ, O Jesus Christ!”

“I enjoy heaven already in my soul. My prayers are all converted into praises.”
-Augustus Toplady, author of the great hymn “Rock of Ages,” who died at age 38.

Thomas Paine, the great writer, has these final words attributed to him—”I would give worlds, if I had them, if The Age of Reason had never been published. O Lord, help me! Christ, help me! Stay with me! It is hell to be left alone!”

“I have pain—but I have peace, I have peace.”
-Richard Baxter, 17th Century Puritan Theologian.

Winston Churchill, the man whose vision and battle cry was to “never give up,” said on his deathbed, “I am convinced that there is no hope.”

John Knox uttered these piercing words and then died, “Live in Christ, die in Christ, and the flesh need not fear death.”

Before dying of a heart attack, Italo Svevo, a Jewish novelist, told a nurse who was trying to administer last rites—”When you haven’t prayed all your life, it’s no use at the last moment!”

“When I lived, I provided for everything but death; now I must die, and I am unprepared to die.”
-Cesare Borgia.

August Strindberg, a Swedish dramatist who died May 14, 1912, left a legacy of forgiveness and redemption by dying with a Bible clasped tightly to his chest, saying, “It is atoned for.”

Edgar Allen Poe was said to have lived an erratic life of lies and drunkenness. He died in 1849 at the age of 40 having been found in a street near death—“Lord help my poor soul!”

A legacy of betrayal was left by Judas Iscariot. “I have sinned in that I have betrayed innocent blood.” He then went out and hanged himself.

Stephen died a martyr’s death of stoning with these words, “Lord lay not this sin to their charge.”


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