<<being subject to death>>

Life’s breath is in God’s hand, He determines our time on earth (Job 12:10, 14:5; Ps 139:16). Man’s life is about 70 years (Ps 90:10). This is not a guarantee as in developed countries accidents and sicknesses often reduce this,  and even with good medical resources babies die, while the harsh physical conditions together with poor nutrition in

Death is coming. What will my eternal destination be?

some developing countries considerably lower the life expectancy there.

We will all die (unless we are alive at the end of the world), then face the judgement (Heb 9:27). It is important to accept Christ at the first opportunity, as we can’t rely on there being another chance. Make your life count for His Kingdom every day, we never know when it might be our last – one day it will be!

Our physical bodies, the perishable container (for the spirit and soul which will both continue into eternity) is the part of us that dies (Rom 8:11; 2 Cor 4:7, 5:4). It will be resurrected as an imperishable body to live forever; experiencing either everlasting damnation because of failing to accept Christ as Saviour or everlasting joy and fulfillment in heaven with Christ (1 Cor 15:42-49).

See also: death, destination, destiny, end times, life.