92 It is a biblical principle that God wills the soul to depart from his body and go into heaven.
If the soul leaves the body, the soul will not be able to return to God.
If God wills a person’s soul to return into the body and the person dies, then he will inherit the body.
This is a principle which is a great source of consolation to believers and to the faithful.
The Bible says: “If the soul of a believer is not brought forth from his tomb, and the soul has gone forth from him, and has returned to God, then the soul is accounted a body for the dead, for it was given to God to die for its body.
Then he shall bring it forth again to God.”
(Isaiah 46:11-14)The word “soul” means a living being, a living soul.
The Christian God has created a body of a living human soul for the Christian and to provide the Christian with eternal life.
When the body of the Christian soul is destroyed, then there is no resurrection.
The person who died has not gone to heaven, but he will remain in hell forever.
The Bible teaches that the body is not meant to be taken away from a person, but it is to be kept and used for the good of God and his people.
The body of Jesus Christ is the body which God created in his own image, that is to say, the body he has given to his people to be His Body, His Blood, His Holy Spirit, and His Church.
The Lord Jesus Christ will not take away the body from anyone, for God has given it to His people for all time to come.
When the body dies, the person is not returned to the body’s original owner and the Christian has the responsibility of caring for the body for its good and to use it for the sake of his people and for the benefit of God.
It is the Christian’s responsibility to care for the soul in the body because that is where God’s purpose lies in His plan.
The souls are not to be disposed of.
They are to be preserved, in their present state, and used to fulfill God’s will for the future.
The soul has a place in heaven and is a part of the body as a means of preserving the body in the present life.
The purpose of the Church is to preserve the body through the sacraments and for God’s glory.
The church is a place where the Christian lives.
It contains the Body of Christ and its Lord Jesus, who is the head of the church, the living body.
The saints are priests of the Holy Spirit.
They care for, sanctify, and prepare the body by the sacrament of the Eucharist.
The body of Christ was made from the loins of our Lord Jesus and his Apostles.
The Church was built on the bones of Christ, that He might dwell in it and be able by the power of His resurrection to become the Savior of mankind.
He was crucified on the cross to pay for our sins, to make us perfect.
Jesus died for us and rose again on the third day from the dead to judge the living and the dead.
The Body of Jesus is a precious treasure that belongs to God the Father and to His Church which is called His Church by His name.
It is not a good thing to destroy the body that is in Heaven, because it is God’s precious treasure and it belongs to His church.
When Jesus Christ died on the Cross and rose on the earth, He made the body to be used for His glory and to fulfill His purpose in this world and in the next.
When Christ returned from the grave and the body was given into the hands of the faithful, it became a temple of God, a place of worship for God and a means for His worship.
The Lord Jesus is the Head of the Apostles and has commanded the Church to maintain the body throughout the world.
He has commanded them to preserve it and to pray for it.
This has been accomplished by the Church’s prayers and sacrifices, and they have made a new covenant with the Lord.
The Apostles have made great sacrifices and have done great good.
The Holy Spirit is the living, living and ever-living Spirit of God which dwells in the Holy of Holies in Heaven and is the source of all good and evil.
The Apostle Paul wrote that “there is one God and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus” (1 Cor.
Christ Jesus has been revealed to us through the Holy Ghost who is an angel of God who lives in the heavenly bodies and is in communion with us in the eternal worlds.
He is the Father, the Word, the life-giving Spirit of the Father.
We are God’s children in the spirit world and are called to be partakers of His divine glory and of His kingdom in heaven.
The church is composed of believers and