Daily Devotionals
Better Things to Come Gloria Copeland 27 February But [God's grace] is now made manifest by the appearing of our Saviour Jesus Christ, who hath abolished death, and hath brought life and immortality to light through the gospel

Have you ever wondered what it will be like when your body dies and you go on to heaven? Well, according to the Word, when that time comes, this flesh and blood tent you live in will die, but you won’t feel a thing. You’ll just take off the cloak of your flesh, lay it down, and go to a better place.

Believers who have died and come back say that they have no sensation of loss–no sting. Their minds stay intact, and they even have arms and legs, but they are spirit and not flesh. One man said he couldn’t even tell he wasn’t in his body until he tried to grasp something. His hand would just go right through the material object. He was spirit and not flesh.

According to the Apostle Paul, to be absent from the body is to be present with God (2 Corinthians 5:1). So, when God calls you home, you’ll just abandon your fleshly body and go to be with Him forever.

It’s interesting though. God doesn’t even refer to our old, abandoned bodies as being dead. He says they’re just asleep. Why? Because He knows that just as sleep is temporary, so is the death of the body. He’s planned a day when our sleeping bodies will be awakened and raised up in glory just like Jesus’ was.

Hallelujah! There’s coming a day when not only our spirits have victory over death, our physical bodies do too!

Death is not the end for you. It’s only a change to a better place!

Scripture Reading: 2 Corinthians 5:1-9

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