Luke 21:18

Luke 21:18
But not a hair of your head will perish.
Luke 21:18

After Thought

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Jesus made it clear to His disciples that though tough times would come they could be confident that they would not perish. Yes, they could die, but their lives would not be lost.
To the Christian, death is not a period at the end of a sentence about their life that ends the statement. Death is a comma, but the sentence that represents their life continues.
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~ Pastor Bob
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