Why Should We Fear Death?


Death is a scary thing for those who are lost; whose final destination is the flames of the Lake of Fire. But for us believers in Christ, our final destination is the New Jerusalem, a place with no sorrow, no shadows and no pain.   The enemy is using the Coronavirus to spread fear all over the world. The vaccines are not the mark of the beast; but they are a rehearsal for things to come. 

Satan has found the perfect argument. Not taking the vaccine is not loving your grandma, the elderly in general and those who are unhealthy. The world judges us as murderers, selfish and irresponsible because, by not taking the vaccine, we are not thinking of others. By not taking the vaccines we are exposing others to death. 

Dr. Fauci, the corrupt politicians, Hollywood and people of influence, are promoting this agenda of fear, manipulation and control; but we as believers must remain focus. We must understand that there is no biblical justification for stopping our gatherings as believers. We do not subscribe to the lies of this world. Our lives are in the hands of the Lord; he determines our days. Job 14:5 tells us,

A person’s days are determined;
    you have decreed the number of his months
    and have set limits he cannot exceed. (NIV)

Beloved, it is good to take care of ourselves, but taking care of ourselves do not determine our days. How many healthy folks die young? How many unhealthy people are blessed with a full life, that is 70 years and older. Psalm 90:10 tells us, “Our days may come to seventy years, or eighty, if our strength endures…” In Psalm 139:16 the Bible also tells us, 

Your eyes saw my unformed body;
    all the days ordained for me were written in your book
    before one of them came to be. (NIV)

This verse applies to every person on this planet. If the Coronavirus is to kill us, then that is what was written for us; but it is determine by God not by the government, not by Dr. Fauci and not by the CDC. As believers we are called to reject fear and embrace love, the Bible tells us in 2 Timothy 1:7,

For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. (KJV)

I am not going to apologize if this offend you, but as believers we walk 1) In power, that is the Greek word, dúnamis; meaning “To be able; to be capable.”[1] Beloved God has given us power to achieve everything He wants us to achieve and, nothing can stop that biblical reality… NOTHING! 2) We are called to walk in love, that is the Greek word Agape, this is the unconditional love. We are called to love no matter what and, 3) we are called to walk with a sound mind. 

The mind is at the center of our soul, there we have our mindset, our decision-making and our emotions. As believers we should not allow the chaos of this world to affect us. As Jesus told us, we are in this world, but we are not of this world. We belong to a different kingdom; a kingdom that operates contrary to the world.[2] We should never conform ourselves to the world system.[3] The Bible calls us to a sound mind, the word sound is the Greek word, sōphronismós; meaning “To discipline, sobriety, sound judgment.”[4] We should be going crazy with the world, we should not be believing the lies of the devil, principalities and demons.

Beloved, at the end of the day, what does the Bible tells us about death? “For to me to live is Christ, and to die is gain.” Philippians 1:21 (KJV) Why are we losing our minds? We are called to obey God above men.[5] The word command us to gather as God’s family, Hebrews 10:25 tells us,

And let us not neglect our meeting together, as some people do, but encourage one another, especially now that the day of his return is drawing near. (NIV)

The worse things get, the more we MUST come together. Hebrews tells us, “…especially now that the day of his return is drawing near.” Beloved as we read Matthew 24, we see the culture of the last days. As we read the Book of Revelation, we see how this dimension of life ends. The Bible has much to say about the day of the Lord, Zephaniah writes this about that day,
Therefore wait for me," declares the LORD, "for the day I will stand up to testify. I have decided to assemble the nations, to gather the kingdoms and to pour out my wrath on them-- all my fierce anger. The whole world will be consumed by the fire of my jealous anger. (NIV)

Beloved, the wrath of God is the worst thing this world will ever see. As that day approached the iniquity around the world will increase. If we do not stay connected to God and His Word, we will not make it. As believers we must allow the Holy Ghost and God’s Word to guide us, not CNN, Fox, NBS, CBS, Hollywood, nor politics and people of influence. Don’t let this massive progressive agenda, this massive doctrine of demons, these lies, and deceptions suck you in… stay focus!

Many of our brothers and sisters from the original apostles’ age gave their lives for the gospel of Jesus Christ. All of our original apostles were murdered horribly because of their faith in Christ. The Apostle John was the only one who die of old age, but he suffered the pain of receiving the news of the killing of the other apostles and some of his own disciples. Many continue to be murderer even today. 

I have been saying for a long time that the USA has been spoiled for some time now, but the time will come when we will witness amendments of evil to our constitution. The constitution that many worship today, will not be there to protect us, but it will be the law of the land to persecute and prosecute us believers. 

We are about to witness the crashing between the world system and the righteousness of the church. Remember that we will win at the end, it will be ugly. In Mark 13:2 “…Now the brother shall betray the brother to death, and the father the son; and children shall rise up against their parents, and shall cause them to be put to death.” (KJV) Why should we fear death? Fear not!


[1] Spiros Zodhiates, The Complete Word Study Dictionary: New Testament (Chattanooga, TN: AMG Publishers, 2000).

[2] John 17:16

[3] Romans 12:2

[4] Spiros Zodhiates, The Complete Word Study Dictionary: New Testament (Chattanooga, TN: AMG Publishers, 2000).

[5] Acts 5:29

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