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Last week we talked to our friend and listener Dave Graves, who lost his wife and son in a car accident recently. They slid off of an icy road into a freezing river. Dave watched as they pulled the car out of the river and said, "I was not watching a death experience, I was watching a birth experience."
What could give a person that kind of faith in the face of devastating tragedy? After Dave shared this story with Christilyn last week we thought it would be timely to devote this week's show to the concept of the afterlife. Because the Urantia Book brings such logic and clarity to both life and death we want to share what it says with our listeners. But we also want to hear your thoughts. Have you had a near death experience? Are you dealing with grief or facing your own mortality? Give us a call and let's talk.
The Urantia Book says: "Love of adventure, curiosity, and dread of monotony—these traits inherent in evolving human nature—were not put there just to aggravate and annoy you during your short sojourn on earth, but rather to suggest to you that death is only the beginning of an endless career of adventure, an everlasting life of anticipation, an eternal voyage of discovery."
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