The Culmination of All Things
Every living creature has a beginning and an ending. Some things in creation live only moments, and some animals and trees have very long lives. The sentient beings are able to consider, by instinct, or by understanding, that death is foreign to life and that many endings are violent, a terrible vanity, and an attack on the beautiful and hopeful potentials that life can afford. But a spiritual man can consider the things that the Creator has revealed. Men who have been given faith in the man that God raised from the dead, men who have believed in the forgiveness of human sins against the laws of Almighty God, have also been shown a life that transcends the boundaries of this physical life. Yet believing in the promise of resurrection is not something that all men have in common. There are reports that have been written thousands of years ago that tell of different end results for different groups of men. The resurrection of just men is profoundly different from the resurrection of evil men.