The first thing a human does at birth is inhale a breath.
The final thing a human does at death is exhale a breath.
God breathed into Adam’s nostrils and the man became a living being (Genesis 2:7).
In between our first breath and our last breath is what most imagine as life.
But death doesn’t separate us from God (Romans 8:38-39).
Because God isn’t confined by our world of time and space.
Life in God’s dictionary has a different definition than ours.
Everyone is alive to God.
If not, why did Moses and Elijah visit Jesus (Luke 9:30)?
Michael W. Smith Breathe
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