To my curious, confused friend,

Keep searching for the answers, but search in the truth. And let me warn you. As you search through all of these interesting philosophies that appeal to your imagination, intellect and senses remember, a solution that is 99% pure but contains 1% poison, will still kill you. Satan will do just that. He will give you 99% of the truth and mix it with 1% of his lies and you, my young sojourner friend, are dead. Take care, the only advice I can give you is that you should seek your answers by studying the truth. Seek for knowledge in the Word of God and you will come home again.





Hebrews 9:26-27, "Otherwise, He would have needed to suffer often since the foundation of the world; but now ONCE at the consummation He has been manifested to put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself. And inasmuch as it is appointed for men to die ONCE, and after this comes judgement;"

This doesn’t need a whole lot of explanation. Christ lived once and sacrificed Himself for my sin. He is God and needed only do it once. Likewise for me, God has appointed that I should only die once, not time after time, after time. I am not expect to keep coming back until I get it right. Christ brought me to perfection by His sacrifice of Himself for me. He did not die so that I could keep coming back until I am perfect. Why would He have bothered to suffer like that if I was going to have to come back and do it all right myself? Therefore, there is no reincarnation.

However, to take up space I will ask a couple of questions that we can all meditate on regarding this topic.

  1. 1.) Do any of you really want to do this over and over and over again? Quite frankly, I am looking forward to not being here anymore and I don’t think I really want to come back here and go through all of this again. Do you? I’d rather be with Christ once and for all.
  2. 2.) If a person keeps coming back time and again until they get it right, then how come with all of these souls struggling to get it right, humanity doesn’t seem to be improving? After all, if we keep coming back until we are good enough to pass on to the next level (whatever that means), shouldn’t we all be getting closer and closer to perfection. I look around and I don’t see a whole lot of improvement in the human spiritual condition over the centuries. Unless reincarnated people are really struggling to perfect evil. That doesn’t make sense.
  3. 3.) How come there are so many more people now than ever before? If we all kept coming back over and over again, wouldn’t world populations stay rather static? How come there has been such a growth in new souls in the last century?

References to judgement should make it obvious that we don’t keep coming back. Such as Hebrew 10:26-27, "For if we go on sinning willfully after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, but a certain terrifying expectation of judgment, and the fury of a fire which will consume the adversaries". Paul did not say, if at first you do not succeed come on back and live it all again. Paul said, "And inasmuch as it is appointed for men to die ONCE, and after this comes judgement;". I can give you a whole lot more references to judgement if you want, but this seems pretty specific and to the point.

Dina’s Dad



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