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« on: July 18, 2006, 01:58:49 PM »

Dear Ray, I thank you for your great site. It has opened my eyes and
> answered many of my questions. But still there are few questions that
> remain without an answer.
> What are your thought about suicide and seeing our loved ones after we
> die? Some people kill themselves because they can't bear the thought
> of being alone the rest of their lives.
> So my questions are:
> Can you see your loved ones after death? Is there a scripture that
> explains this situation?
> Can you approve suicide in any situations? And how do you define
> suicide? For example, you could kill yourself the active way (knife)
> or the passive way (not taking your medicine).
> Thanks for your site and for reading this
> Nicky

Dear Nicky:

I have answered this question many times. Suicide is not condemned in the Scriptures as a sin. But in some cases it surely is a sin. However, we must consider that Jesus in a real sense committed suicide.  That is, He said that no man TAKES His life from Him, but that He voluntarily lays down His life John 10:17-18). And He did this on a predetermined day. Likewise John 15:13 tells us that "greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends."

However, killing oneself just to spite someone else or for no good reason is certainly a sin. But like all sins, it will be brought into judgment and the sinner purged.  Yes, we will all know our loved ones in our future life.

God be with you,

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