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  • 溯洄從之

  • Job 14:7-10; 7:10
    There is hope for a tree if it be cut down,
    that it will sprout again
    and its shoots not cease.
    But we die and disappear.
    We breathe our last, and where are we?

    Never again do we return home;
    our dwelling place knows us no more.


    Psalm 103
    Our days are like grass;
    we flourish like flowers of the field;
    the wind passes over and we are gone,
    and our place knows us no more.
    But the steadfast love of the Lord abides forever.


    Isaiah 53:4, 5
    He bears our griefs
    and carries our sorrows;
    by his wounds we are healed.


    Rev 21: 3-6
    The dwelling of God will be with his people,
    and death shall be no more.
    There shall be no mourning, no crying nor pain;
    sorrow and sighing shall flee away.
    For the old things are disappearing.

    "Behold, I am making all things new.
    I am the Alpha and the Omega,
    the beginning and the end."

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