“The Lord looks down from heaven on the children of man, to see if there are any who understand,[a] who seek after God.” and also saith Not one is righteous not one. all too true not even me. thats why God Jesus is necessary to teach about love and to be sacrifice bcuz of his love for us for we cant redeem ourselves for God saith NOT ONE IS RIGHTEOUS NOT ONE and who does not sinned right? none not one therefore God Jesus/Yeshuah the HaMashiach is necessary thank you Lord… as the Lord says I will not leave u nor forsake u. and it did Israel stands till today God never leave them nor forsake them as for gentiles like me it applies for we follow the Son the Lord giveth and abide by his laws the 10. and whats more is No one comes to the father except thru me. I am the way the truth and the life. Yeshua’s word. the Son of God. in flesh what can we ask for weve been redeemed back thru Yeshua/Jesus bcuz the Lord saith No on is righteous not one. so it makes sense Bible is the word of God.
The scientific enterprise, that special activity of human beings, brings us proof of their abilities and tools to unriddle them, but scientific language simply breaks down in describing who they are — as it does with beauty or with love — leaving us at the edge of a vast field of signals out of ordinary range. Listen with your ears, your eyes, your heart, your mind, your soul for the message from these kin as improbable as life itself, different and yet the same. We are not alone.
After death, when only the spirit is left, bearing all the impressions of deeds done throughout life, the effects of those deeds will be felt clearly and vividly.
Christians believe that God is just and fair, and so cannot let evil go unpunished. Most believe in the idea of judgement after death, and that God will treat people in the afterlife according to how they lived their life on earth.
I believe that Jesus Christ is the only Son of God, and the only way by which our right relationship to God can be restored. He was born of the Virgin Mary in Bethlehem, in fulfillment of prophecy. Jesus Christ was crucified and rose from the dead in the flesh. His death for our sins and His resurrection pay the price for our sins. We have salvation and eternal life in heaven if we believe in Jesus Christ and trust in His grace.
Philosophersoften speak of the void that would follow physical death without life afterdeath as the abyss, the unknown, the approaching void, etc. All of thesesuggest that we are on a journey to a "place" which lies at the endof our physical lifetimes. If on our death we cease to exist, this idea that weare traveling to our ultimate destiny is false. We are not traveling to anabyss, the void, or the unknown, for these words suggest that we are movingtoward something. I recognize the seeming absurdity of the language, yet if onour death we cease to exist, then "nothing" totally consumes us.
Nevertheless, all across America we have the spectacle of an entire generation of little boys, by the tens of thousands, being dosed up on ADD's magic bullet of choice, Ritalin, the CIBA–Geneva Corporation's brand name for the stimulant methylphenidate. I first encountered Ritalin in 1966 when I was in San Francisco doing research for a book on the psychedelic or hippie movement. A certain species of the genus hippie was known as the Speed Freak, and a certain strain of Speed Freak was known as the Ritalin Head. The Ritalin Heads loved Ritalin. You'd see them in the throes of absolute Ritalin raptures...Not a wiggle, not a peep...They would sit engrossed in anything at all...a manhole cover, their own palm wrinkles...indefinitely...through shoulda–been mealtime after mealtime...through raging insomnias...Pure methyl–phenidate nirvana...From 1990 to 1995, CIBA–Geneva's sales of Ritalin rose 600 percent; and not because of the appetites of subsets of the species Speed Freak in San Francisco, either. It was because an entire generation of American boys, from the best private schools of the Northeast to the worst sludge–trap public schools of Los Angeles and San Diego, was now strung out on methylphenidate, diligently doled out to them every day by their connection, the school nurse. America is a wonderful country! I mean it! No honest writer would challenge that statement! The human comedy never runs out of material! It never lets you down!
Jesus spoke these words also in John 5:24, “Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life.” Death of the body is not anything that the Christian should ever fear. If we are in Christ when our body dies, we will face an existence that will make our time on earth seem pale and shadowy. Some Christians will even escape death if they are alive at the second coming of Jesus to the earth. In that day, those that are alive will receive their glorified bodies right after the dead in Christ are raised and receive theirs. That day is approaching quickly and that is why the Lord is warning all of us to be ready. The hope of the church is the resurrection.
Even if in someunknown manner multiple clones could survive in an ever‐expanding universe, theidea that they are perpetual extensions of their donor seems less thancredible. Such a perpetual presence seems to be more like an endless path of meaninglessindividual moments experienced by many me’s, than a continuous meaningfulexistence. Furthermore, if there is no life after death, it would make nodifference if an individual (cloned or otherwise) continued to exist, or"died" in one hundred years or in one billion years, because"death" would annihilate the individual's past, present, and future(we discuss this in the next section).
For if the dead rise not, then is not Christ raised: And if Christ be not raised, your faith is vain; ye are yet in your sins. Then they also which are fallen asleep in Christ are perished. If in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable. But now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the firstfruits of them that slept. For since by man came death, by man came also the resurrection of the dead. For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive. But every man in his own order: Christ the firstfruits; afterward they that are Christ’s at his coming. 1 Corinthians 15:16-23
The most popular study currently—it is still being featured on television news shows, months later—is David Lykken and Auke Tellegen's study at the University of Minnesota of two thousand twins that shows, according to these two evolutionary psychologists, that an individual's happiness is largely genetic. Some people are hardwired to be happy and some are not. Success (or failure) in matters of love, money, reputation, or power is transient stuff; you soon settle back down (or up) to the level of happiness you were born with genetically. Three months ago Fortune devoted a long takeout, elaborately illustrated, of a study by evolutionary psychologists at Britain's University of Saint Andrews showing that you judge the facial beauty or handsomeness of people you meet not by any social standards of the age you live in but by criteria hardwired in your brain from the moment you were born. Or, to put it another way, beauty is not in the eye of the beholder but embedded in his genes. In fact, today, in the year 1996, barely three years before the end of the millennium, if your appetite for newspapers, magazines, and television is big enough, you will quickly get the impression that there is nothing in your life, including the fat content of your body, that is not genetically predetermined. If I may mention just a few things the evolutionary psychologists have illuminated for me over the past two months: