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Carmen Molina Correa

Carmen M. Molina Correa

Wednesday, December 17th, 1930 - Wednesday, July 10th, 2019
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Posted at 12:26pm
Por favor acepte mis más sentidos pésame por la muerte de su ser querido. En Hechos 24:15, la Biblia nos da consuelo porque nos asegura que “va a ver resurrección”. Dios promete devolver la vida a millones de personas que han muerto, y está deseando hacerlo.
Sabemos esto por lo que un siervo de Dios del pasado, Job, le pregunto a Dios: “Si un hombre físicamente capacitado muere, ¿puede volver a vivir? Todos los días de mí trabajo obligatorio (muerte) esperare. Tú (Dios) llamaras, y yo (Job) mismo te responderé. Por la obra de tu mano tú sentirás anhelo”. (Job 14:14,15) Dios está anhelando devolverles la vida a quienes han muerto y muy pronto lo hará.
Quizás estas palabras no calmen su dolor pero tenemos la certeza de que Dios resucitara a todos quienes demuestren fe en el sacrificio de su hijo, Jesucristo. Reflexionar en las promesas divinas que se hallan en la Biblia le dará la esperanza y la fortaleza necesaria para seguir adelante mientras se cumplan todas las promesas del Dios de todo consuelo (2 Corintios 1:3,4).

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