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Facing Death Without Fear

Facing Death Without Fear

Aristotle called death the thing to be feared most because ‘it appears to be the end of everything’. Jean-Paul Sartre said that death ‘removes all meaning from life’. Robert Green Ingersoll, one of America’s most outspoken agnostics, unable to offer any words of hope at his ...

Bob Gass

March 25th, 2017

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Conquering the Fear of Death (2)

Conquering the Fear of Death (2)

Years ago a best-selling country song said, ‘Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die.’ Why? Sometimes it’s because we’re not sure that we’re ready. But you can be. How? 1) You can prepare spiritually and emotionally. Jesus said, ‘I am the resurrection and ...

Bob Gass

July 19th, 2016

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Conquering the Fear of Death (1)

Conquering the Fear of Death (1)

Next time you drive through a tunnel and come out on the other side, remind yourself that’s how death will be for every redeemed child of God. You say ‘good night’ on earth, and hear ‘good morning’ in heaven. Dr Elizabeth Kübler-Ross explained that most of us go through the ...

Bob Gass

July 18th, 2016

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Facing Death Without Fear

Facing Death Without Fear

Aristotle called death the thing to be feared most because ‘it appears to be the end of everything’. Jean-Paul Sartre said that death ‘removes all meaning from life’. Robert Green Ingersoll, one of America’s most outspoken agnostics, unable to offer any words of hope at his ...

Bob Gass

March 25th, 2016

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Are You Afraid of Losing Someone?

Are You Afraid of Losing Someone?

Who’s the one person whose death you dread most? Is it causing you anxiety? If so, begin to put these things into practice: 1) Ask God for the grace to accept death as an inevitable part of life. Both you and your loved one will eventually die, and no one but God knows who’s

Bob Gass

July 24th, 2015

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Face Death Without Fear

Face Death Without Fear

Aristotle called death the thing to be feared most because ‘it appears to be the end of everything.’ Jean-Paul Sartre said that death ‘removes all meaning from life.’ Robert Green Ingersoll, one of America’s most outspoken agnostics, unable to offer any words of hope at his ...

Bob Gass

April 3rd, 2015

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