If you knew that everyone you know was going to die tomorrow, who would you visit today?
The Church! To pray for a miracle that they wouldn't die.
Next My Family!! Have a big goodbye BBQ with friends too.
My children, and then my mother, and father. Not many other people have had that much impact on my life. Given only one day, I probably would not have time to visit other aquaintances, but would spend the last of my hours with those I love most. Children, spouse, parents...
The love of my life. Well, I mean, that hasn't been established quite yet, but, I think that she is, so I would spend my last moments of my life with her, treating her like she is.
I would visit my little granddaughter by my daughter and since you didn't say how many I would visit a grandson about the same age of my sons.
My husband and I would spend the day together praying for the ones we loved after we called everyone to say goodbye.
I would not need to visit anyone. I would stay where I am, because the two most important people in the world are here in my house...my children. I would spend every moment enjoying who they are.
My son and I would stay with him every minute until that time comes.
My son, my wife, my brothers, sisters, my friends and all my dear and near ones.
That is a very profound question. Would it be nearest and dearest? Probably, if you believed that that would be the end of everything and every thing. That is:finito, void, absolutely nothing.
However, if you didn't; if you believe like I do that we're all immortal souls anyway, you might get onto the Internet and send out messages that would ease people's minds about what all of us are going to experience one day, anyway. That is our passing over into the next dimension when our physical bodies can no longer contain the life which is at present sustaining our form.
It’s impossible for everyone I know to die tomorrow, just because it’s impossible for God to lie. For God that’s one of the two unchangeable things in which it is impossible for God to do—he can’t lie.
The truth is, (and God cannot lie) the earth is standing forever, plus millions now living will never de. (Revelation 7:9-14; Psalm 37:29)
The gist of the foregoing scriptures—you should look them up, and read—is that it’s impossible for everyone to die tomorrow, because God promises life everlasting.
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