Bible Verses About Death That Are Comforting

Susy WulfFebruary 20, 20225 mins read

Death is an inevitable part in life. It is inevitable that we will all experience death. But it doesn’t mean that it is easy to face. These Bible verses on death can provide comfort and support in difficult times, whether you are contemplating death or grieving for a loved one.

It’s easy to get angry, bitter, or frustrated when confronted with tragedy. It is natural to wonder what can happen to good people and how such intense tragedies can happen, and how God could have prevented it all from happening. You’ll be able to find comfort in God’s Word if you look at Bible verses on death and dying. These comforting Bible verses on death can be a great help in the grieving process. They also remind us that death does not mean that we are dead. It’s a good idea to seek out support from a religious leader if you are dealing with the loss of a loved one. It is a good idea to reach out to your religious community for support, encouragement, and help with your faith. These Bible verses are about healing and inspiring, so you can delve deeper into the scriptures.

“If we live, then we live for God. If we die, then we die for God.” Romans 14:8.

Ecclesiastes 12 :7

“Jesus answered, ‘I assure that today you will with me in heaven.'” — Luke 23.43

“Everyone who believes in me and lives will never die.” Are you a believer of this? — John 11:26

“So, we can be confident because we know that even though we live in this body, we are far from our home with God. We live by faith, not sight. We believe in God and would rather leave the body to be with Him.” — 2 Corinthians 5 :6-8

“I don’t want anyone dying!” This is the Lord God’s commandment. “Change your ways and live!” — Ezekiel 18 32

“So they cried to the Lord in their trouble, and God saved their lives. He shattered their chains.” — Psalms 107:13-14

Romans 6:5 says, “If we were joined together in a death similar to his, then we will also be joined together in a resurrection similar to his.”

“Those who lived in darkness have seen a great light and the light has come to those who lived in this region and under the shadow of death.” — Matthew 4:16

“Even though I walk through the most dark valleys, I do not fear danger because you are there with me.” Your rod and your staff protect me.” — Psalm 23,4

“I am certain that anyone who hears my word and believes the one who sent him has eternal life. He won’t be judged but will pass from death into life.” — John 5 :24

“He will swallow up the shroud that enshrouds all nations, the veil that covers all peoples, on this mountain. He will swallow death up forever. “The Lord God will wipe away all tears; he will erase the disgrace of his people from the entire earth, for the Lord’s spoken.” — Isaiah 25.7-8

“God so loved this world that he gave his Son so that all who believe in him will not perish but have eternal life.” God sent his Son to the world not to judge the world but so that the world might be saved through him.” John 3:16-17

“Because our God’s deep compassion will break upon us, in order to give light to all who are in darkness or in the shadows of death, and to guide us on to the path of peace.” — Luke 1:178-79

“But, if we die with Christ, we have faith we will also live with Him.” Christ has been raised from death and will not die again, we know this. He is now free from the power of death. He died for sin once and for all, but he lives to serve God with his whole life.” Romans 6:8-10

“I am certain that anyone who hears my word and believes the one who sent him has eternal life. He won’t be judged but will pass from death into life.” — John 5 :24

It is necessary that the rotting body be covered with what cannot decay and the dying body be covered in what can die. When the rotting body is covered in what won’t decay and the dying body in what can die, this scripture statement will be fulfilled: Death has been swallowed by victory. “Where is your sting Death?” — 1 Corinthians 15.53-55

“My sheep listen to me. They listen to me and follow me. They have eternal life. They will not die and they will never be taken from me. They will never die, and they are mine.

“Now that you are free from sin and have become slaves of God, you can have the result of a holy and eternal life. “The wages of sin are death; God’s gift to us is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Savior.” Romans 6:22-23

Jesus answered, “Everyone who drinks this water is going to be thirsty again. But, anyone who drinks the water I will give, will never be thirsty again. The water I give will make those who drink it a spring water that bubbles into eternal life .'”– John 4:13-14

Romans 8:38-40

“I can assure you that anyone who believes in me has eternal life. “I am the bread of Life.” — John 6:47–48

“As far as you are concerned, you must keep what you have heard since the beginning. You will remain in relationship with the Son and the Father if you keep the things you heard in the beginning. This is the promise he made to us: eternal life.” — John 2:24-25

Susy Wulf

Susy Wulf is a journalist, copywriter, editor and journalist. She has a BA degree in English from Monmouth University, and a MA in Global Communications (American University of Paris).


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