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  1. Since Jehovah is the Creator of the entire universe it would stand to reason that He will not destoy it. Especially when he intends to preserve the earth for eternity. https://wol.jw.org/en/wol/d/r1/lp-e/2010847
  2. And Satan has eaten the sandwich
  3. “Death Will Be No More” ONLY those who have had someone dear to them taken away by death can know the frightful emptiness, the terrible sense of loss, the heartbreaking sorrow that death leaves behind by its unwelcomed visit. For such ones death is not a friend. A friend would not cause such anguish or inflict such deep, long-lasting wounds. Instead of being a friend, death is a formidable enemy.
  4. Does God Care About You? “For the eyes of Jehovah are on the righteous, and his ears listen to their supplication, but the face of Jehovah is against those doing bad things.”—1 Peter 3:12.  Deaf & Blind "Living By Touch"    prints Bible Literature and videos in hundreds of different languages around the world including “sign language.” Be sure to click on the language of your choice. All Information is copyrigted
  5. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/w20150715/serving-jehovah-old-age-poor-health/ You dear older family and friends are not alone in your trials. Aged servants of Jehovah in Bible times faced similar challenges. For example, Isaac, Jacob, and Ahijah lost their eyesight. (Gen. 27:1; 48:10; 1 Ki. 14:4) Sarah felt “worn out.” (Gen. 18:11, 12) King David “could not get warm.” (1 Ki. 1:1) Wealthy Barzillai could no longer enjoy the taste of food or the sounds of music. (2 Sam. 19:32-35) Abraham and Naomi each had to cope with the loss of a marriage mate.—Gen. 23:1, 2; Ruth 1:3, 12. I hope to hear from all of you. Click Here to send me email.
  6. https://www.jw.org/en/publications/magazines/w20150715/serving-jehovah-old-age-poor-health/ You dear older family and friends are not alone in your trials. Aged servants of Jehovah in Bible times faced similar challenges. For example, Isaac, Jacob, and Ahijah lost their eyesight. (Gen. 27:1; 48:10; 1 Ki. 14:4) Sarah felt “worn out.” (Gen. 18:11, 12) King David “could not get warm.” (1 Ki. 1:1) Wealthy Barzillai could no longer enjoy the taste of food or the sounds of music. (2 Sam. 19:32-35) Abraham and Naomi each had to cope with the loss of a marriage mate.—Gen. 23:1, 2; Ruth 1:3, 12.

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