Why, God? – Our first parents broke God’s perfect law based on love. God could have programmed us to obey Him. But He didn’t. We must accept God as Our Father of our own free will because of His love for us and our love for Him. And if we want Him as Our Father, we must accept His right to set boundaries for us. This caused everything. They didn’t love Him enough to listen to Him. So God sent His best, the first of His children, His only begotten Son, with a soul that would not fail, to give us life again. Yeshwah wanted to do this for us because He knew that God cannot die, so he stepped forward and said “Here I am Father, send me.” He volunteered (Isaiah 6:8). This is why we can live again. They both love us that much.
The Earth will be restored to a Paradise. Faithful ones and even ones who have not known God will live again. (Psalms 37:29, Acts 24:15) Don’t give up hope or believe anything bad will happen. Yeshwah compared their condition to sleep. (John 11:11) They have been acquitted of their sins. (Romans 6:7) And they are safe in God’s memory. (John 5:28) Right now they are not suffering and are not conscious of anything at all. (Ecclesiastes 9:5,10) They will be resurrected. This is the truth from the Bible. Have faith. So far, about 20 billion people have lived on the Earth. God remembers everything about them, even their memories that make them who they are. They are in God’s limitless and perfect memory. That’s why they are as good as alive.
God knows what it’s like to so lose a Son. He had to watch Yeshwah, the first of His children, suffer and die for our sake. But He wants you to know that He grieves with you and is with you at this time, and that just as He restored His Son Yeshwah back to life, He will do same for your loved one. The recorded history of the resurrection of Yeshwah is the guarantee that He can. Only have faith.
Alive in God’s Perfect and Limitless Memory
Resurrection Note: To God people are alive even though dead because he can see their memories.
To him they are as good as alive.
Mark 12:27 He is a God, not of the dead, but of the living. You are very much mistaken
Living memories. He actually remembers their animated life. He can actually see them as if they are still alive. Although they are not self-aware because they do not presently have life.
They will receive new life and God will restore their memories. That’s how they can resume living. Nothing about them is lost. Everything they ever experienced and that is stored away in their memory, is restored. Even everything from their senses. They are self aware again. They are truly alive again.
At death brain cells are no longer energized. God must memorize everything about the person including their memories to keep the memories alive as it were.
Psalms 146:4 His spirit goes out, he returns to the ground; On that very day his thoughts perish.
Your loved one will live again.
Psalms 37:29 The righteous shall inherit the land, and dwell therein for ever.
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1 Corinthians 6:14 God administered justice for Our Lord, and will cause us to stand with his power to resurrect.
God will raise the dead based on the Sacrifice of Yeshwah the Messiah.
Such sorrow as you have will be no more.
This is your promise from God.
Bless you and be at peace.
Remember that Abba loves you and Yeshwah loves you.
Please listen to this.
He Will Call
- Life, like a mist, appears for just a day, Then disappears tomorrow. All that we are can quickly fade away, Replaced with tears and sorrow. If a man should die, can he live again? Hear the promise God has made: (CHORUS) He will call; The dead will answer. They will live at his command. For he will have a longing For the work of his own hand. So have faith, and do not wonder, For our God can make us stand. And we will live forever, As the work of his own hand.
- Friends of our God, though they may pass away, Will never be forsaken. All those asleep who in God’s mem’ry stay, From death he will awaken. Then we’ll come to see all that life can be: Paradise eternally. (CHORUS) He will call; The dead will answer. They will live at his command. For he will have a longing For the work of his own hand. So have faith, and do not wonder, For our God can make us stand. And we will live forever, As the work of his own hand.