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Separation

Do you understand the meaning of separation? Feelings and emotions are connected to separation. The best definition for separation is; to no longer be a part of something or someone. Death is also the separation of the soul and spirit from the body. Sin separates man from the fellowship of God. In hell, there is no mercy. The lost soul is there for eternity. Death does not annihilate because the spirit continues to exist after death.

We must understand that there is physical death and spiritual death. No one understands death; we must realize dying is serious. The Bible teaches us to "Be ye also ready" because no man knows the hour. The only way to avoid spiritual death is to be born again. The new birth is spiritual; It is the operation of God. You must accept Jesus Christ as your personal Savior. Christ restored man's fellowship with God. God's amazing grace is Love and Mercy in action. Without grace, we would all perish.

We must learn the things that hinder our relationship with God. Pride and lies are at the top of the list. God honors humility. Pride says " look at me; don't I look good. Humility says see Christ in me." Lies destroy your accountability and make you untrustworthy. Truth and faith will reconnect you. Separation is a choice.

 

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