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The practice of euthanasia has caused much controversy in todays society Sickness and disease have been with man since the beginning of life and in biblical time death was probably inevitable In todays medical world technology has given man the means to prolong an individuals time of existence The idea with prolonging someones life can bring up the issue of extending the individuals suffering On a religious aspect the implementation of euthanasia to end a persons pain can be looked at as interfering with Gods divine plan God will never give a person any more than they can handle With this in mind people should understand that God always gives support to people in suffering circumstances From birth to death the Bible views life a sacred experience and life should be looked upon as a gift from God Because the bible teaches us that man was created in the image of God and that God is Lord over life and death euthanasia can be viewed as being biblically incorrect Paul reminds us in I Corinthians 61920 Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit who is in you whom you have received from God You are not your own you were bought at a price Therefore honor God with your body A person that wants to end their life because they are unwilling to face the pain and misery in death are not just destroying their own spirit but also the spirit of the Lord There is no glory for God in euthanasia To suffer is to understand and become closer to God In 2 Corinthians 157 Paul states For just as the sufferings of Christ flow over into our lives so also through Christ our comfort overflows If we are distressed it is for your comfort and salvation if we are comforted it is for your comfort which produces in you patient endurance of the
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