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In our everyday life, the soul usually comes last, while the body comes first. Beauty, strength, comfort, financial stability, and peace are what occupy most people's minds.


Through this study, we want to help you understand the importance of your soul and that this life on earth is not the best life there is. You need to know about an incomparable life that's waiting for those who are saved in eternity. You also need to be aware that our greatest wealth isn't found on the outside, but on the inside--our soul.


And when it comes to a person's soul, no wife, husband, children, possessions, or reputation deserves you putting your salvation at risk.


Most people think that eternity is far away and that they'l have time to think about it later, but life is uncertain. It's a fragile and finite breath. Nobody knows how close they are to their last breath.


"Indeed, You have made my days as handbreadths, and my age is as nothing before You; certainly every man at his best state is but vapor. Surely every man walks about like a shadow; surely they busy themselves in vain; he heaps up riches, and does not know who will gather them."

Psalm 39:5-6


What is 80, 90 or 100years compared to eternity, where there are no calendars or clocks?


The same God who asks us what our life is, answers that it's nothing but vapour. So why should we ignore the future and think that we've got our life under control?


The fact that tomorrow is uncertain should be our greatest incentive to take care of our souls today.


"For what is your life? It is even a vapor that appears for a little time and then vanishes away."

James 4:14


We need to understand that we were created as spiritual beings, which means that life in our physical body is fleeting. With all the energy, health, enthusiasm, and dreams we have, our life here is short. The Bible doesn't compare our lives to a strong, massive rock, but in fact to a wildflower, which blooms in the morning and withers at noon. The wind blows on it, and it's gone.


(the above text is from the Introduction of the book "The Secrets and Mysteries of the Soul")

Event: The study of the book  "The Secrets and Mysteries of the Soul"
Day: Every Sunday
Time: 5pm
Address: At your local UCKG HelpCentre

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