Number of Days 6

Posted: August 21, 2014 in Number of Days
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CONCLUSION:  We have read that the average length of a persons life is seventy years or eighty years if they
have the strength.  The maximum life span will be a hundred and twenty years.

God does not have a preset number of days for people to live.  For people to live a preset number of days
they would have to never sin.  People would always get enough sleep, they would never smoke cigarettes, never
overuse drugs, never eat unhealthy, never experience stress, never do anything that would harm them physically.
People would never participate in dangerous activities or fall victim to natural disasters like tornados, hurricanes
and earthquakes.  People would never be in car crashes or airplane crashes.  Young people would never suffer from
birth defects that cause early death.

For people to live a preset number of days, Cain would never have killed Abel and murder would never have enter
this world.  For people to live a preset number of days, Adam and Eve would never have sinned and sin would 
never have entered this world.

For people to live a preset number of days, they would have to live a perfect life.  We know this is im- 
possible.

Many early prophets lived much longer than people today.  God kept them alive until his purpose was complete.
God only has a specific plan for a very few people in history.  Most people should find their spiritual gifts and serve
God that way.  See Mission of the left side of this page for more explanation.

Although God does not have a preset number of days to life, God can intervene and prevent harm or death when he
chooses.  God may warn a person that danger is on the way or God may heal a person.

Although God does not have a preset number of days to life, God does know when a person’s life will end.  God is
OMNISCIENT (all knowing).

Next week we will begin “Physical Healing.”

Thank you so much for reading.  God bless.

Jeff

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