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November 4, 2018
In one of his last sustained meditations on death, the Preacher forces us to deal with the reality of our own death: its certainty, its evil, its finality. And he does it to point us to the kind of joyful life that stops pretending we can be God and starts enjoying the gifts of God right in front of us. As the great humiliator, death reminds us that we are human and dependent on God for things we don’t deserve. This turns entitlement into gratitude for things as simple as a meal and our next breath. What’s more, it points us to the ultimate gift, Jesus Christ, who changes our relationship to death forever.
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