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Isabela M. wrote:

Hi, guys —

  • Supposing this were the case, why would God choose to keep the believers at sea during the End Times and not inland?

Thank you for your help.

Issy

  { Why would God choose to keep the believers at sea during the End Times and not inland? }

Mike replied:

Hi Issy,

Thanks for the question.

You said:

  • Supposing this were the case, why would God choose to keep the believers at sea during the End Times and not inland?

I'm not quite sure why you would suppose this were the case.

Any answer we give would fall into the area of personal or theological opinion, and not doctrine. What I would say is since we were all created for a specific purpose or reason in life, if we were striving to follow the Lord's will, wherever one passes from this life to eternal life would be a matter of divine providence or His Will.

I hope this helps,

Mike

Issy replied:

Hi Mike,

Thank you for your response.

Issy

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