Are you ready to die?
if death comes to take you this moment, are you content enough? are you ready to leave this earth?
if you mean am i right with God, the answer is yes. but no i am not ready to leave the planet...i have too many things that i think God wants me to do here and now...grandbaby, teenage BoyMAN, ill daughter..no my work is not done here yet.
If I died today, I would be okay with that... not that I want to die, but my life has been rich, and I have been blessed with being satisfied with how my life has gone. There are a great many things I still want to do and yet I still feel as though my life has been full.
No am not. Am just 19 and that's awfully young age to die.
I dont know what ready will really mean at the end...so the death will come in the right time, for now Im just enjoy everyday like a gift!!
Yes. As a Spiritualist, I believe that once I have done and learnt everything that I am to, then it will be time to go. Whenever that is - I have no idea - I am ready.
If it were my time today I would be ready. Not that I don't still have a lot I want to do with my life, but if it's God's plan that I go then I'm willing.
I am ready to die. Not because I want to leave earth, but because I have put my trust in Jesus Christ and He had saved me from my sins, therefore I KNOW without a doubt, that I will go to Heaven when I die. Do you have this confidence? Check out my hubs for more information.
Not only am I ready, but I look FORWARD to it because I know "to be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord"! As a born-again Christian, our hope should always be in that. However, that being said, I wouldn't mind "hanging around" earth a little longer - there's so much more I want to do and experience, and so much more I feel God NEEDS me to do for Him! Great question!
My faith is based on the sacrificial death of Jesus and his resurrection. Because He lives, I will live too. When I was diagnosed with cancer, He assured me through His spirit that I had nothing to fear, should the cancer prove to be terminal.
by Angie Jardine 6 years ago
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by ArockDaNinja 2 years ago
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by M. T. Dremer 17 months ago
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by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
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by naijainvestor 7 years ago
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