Life after death in Hebrew

Lawrence May lgblmay at cox.net
Mon Dec 23 13:01:11 EST 2002


The book of Job implies life after death.
In the epilogue, the Lord blessed the latter part of his life by doubling all his
possessions except his children. He only fathered seven more children.

Implication: God did not consider the seven earlier children to be lost to Job.
He would see them once again when he died.






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