|LESSON FOUR (IRUẸMWIN NOGIENẸN)
|What Happens to Us when We Die?
WHY THE QUESTION ARISES:
Most of the world’s religions teach that something inside a person continues living after death. Some hold that the dead can harm the living or that God punishes the wicked by condemning them to eternal torment in a fiery hell.
|Vbọ Sunu Dae Ima Vbe A Gha Wu?
EVBỌZẸE NE A NA NỌ ỌTA NA:
Nibun sẹhia vbe ugamwẹ ọghe agbọn na ma emwa ẹre wẹ emwi eso vbuwe ọmwa ye gha rrọọ khian vbe iyeke uwu. Eso yaeyi wẹ ni wulo nẹ sẹtin kuan ni rrọọ ra Osanobua rhie irioya ne emwa dan lekpa ne ọ fi iran fi obalọ ọghe etẹbitẹ vbuwe ẹrinmwi erhẹn.
EMWI NE BAIBOL MAMWA RE: Vbe uwu, arrọọ ọghe emwa nagbọn ghi wa sẹ ufomwẹ. “Iran ni wulo nẹ, ma rẹn emwi rhọkpa”, vbene Asan-Ibo 9:5 khare. Ugbẹn vbe a miẹn wẹ iran ni wulo I ra sẹtin rẹn, mwẹ orrirri egbe, ra miẹn emwi ẹwaẹn rhọkpa, iran I sẹtin kuan emwa, ra ru iyobọ ne iran ni rrọọ. – Psalm 146:3,4.
Vbe ya ghe Gẹnẹsis 3:19 kevbe Asan-Ibo 9:6, 10.
WHAT THE BIBLE TEACHES:
At death, humans cease to exist. “The dead know nothing at all”, states Ecclesiastes 9:5. Since the dead cannot know, feel, or experience anything, they cannot harm-or help-the living.-Psalm 146:3, 4.
See also Genesis 3:19 and Ecclesiastes 9:6, 10.
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