Or, when you die old do you grow young in the afterlife, and die young you grow old? Is there an age limit after death?
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I saw the southern lights once, a great curtain of wavering magenta as far as I could see. If our souls would look like that or be a part of that, how cool would that be. It is nice to appreciate the physical world and our pre-death opportunities.
Interesting presumptions.. almost like what another answer was talking about too.
DNA if from science, jared. Science is a gift from God which should be used 2 glorify God in Jesus, for without God we, science n technology r nothing. Spiritual health leads 2 physical health n well being. Generational sins in faith r way above DNA.
Spot on Gabgirl12, the geek boy soul and the jocks soul will look identical to the cheerleaders soul. But she wont care because the creator will be like, cool, another cheerleader for me.
For a loaded question you answered it well, which leads me to believe that your articles are also well written and so another fan has been harvested as now I will venture to your page looking for enlightenment . . . got any?
Thanks for the link... but for some reason it won't open for me.
This makes me wonder if spirits can take on any form they want. The bible says demons can appear as angels to deceive, so does this mean when we die we'll be able to look however we want to?
Remember that spirits are energy, and we are the interpreters. Therefore, we're able to see that energy in terms that we can connect to. A spirit has certain say in this, but it's mostly our perception that changes depending on our psyche.
Let us be reminded too, jared and klara, that while spirits may roam in this world n in this life, Jesus said in Matthew 10:28, 'Do not fear those who kill the body but not the soul; rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.'