In this talk, Jo Schlesinger powerfully sheds light on the inevitability of death, its significance, and our relationship with it. She reminds us that death entered the world as a consequence of sin (Genesis 2:17, Romans 5:12), yet in its certainty, there is also comfort (Psalm 23:4). Drawing from her personal experiences with palliative care, Jo urges us to live in light of eternity and embrace the principles of living and dying well. She emphasizes the importance of open conversations about end-of-life choices and the need to prepare spiritually, emotionally, and legally. Through scriptures and heartfelt stories, Jo paints a vivid picture of God's presence in the dying process, offering solace and hope. As believers, we are encouraged to lean more into the word of Jesus Christ and find solace in His promises. In conclusion, let us not wait until death is imminent to confront it, but rather, let's live empowered lives today, grounded in the eternal hope of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
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