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Brought Back To Life

Should a person be shocked and brought back to life? Isn't this God's business?

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 ---judy on 12/11/07
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Personally, after experiencing a love that cannot be described by my feeble words and having been sent back, I have no desire to be here. Should any doctor bring me back I will rely on the grace of "as much as lie in you, live peacably with all men."
The first thing I will do if I am able is to punch him.

Frank
---Frank on 12/13/07


i think we should do everything in our power to help a dying or sick person. i dont think the hard working tireless EMT people or doctors are sinning. they are doing a good work. if using paddles where wrong how far do we take it? do i help someone who is choking? should a cancer patient seek treatment? most would answer yes unless they are against all things medical. there are times to just let go but untill then we should strive to be well.
---Kraus on 12/13/07


Whisper thanks friend, my son was saved about three months before this happened. So I know that one day I will see him again. God Bless!
---Cynthia on 12/12/07


Cynthia, If already a Christian, then there life support is continued on in Heaven eternally with great joy, you can pull the plug, and be HAPPY that they have gone to a much better place, HOWEVER! Under NO CIRCUMSTANCE, would I ever pull the plug on a non-christian, that would send them to eternal fire and damnation below the Volcanoes. Which the Bible tells us is located in the center of our earth.
---Whisper on 12/12/07


What about making a decision about taking someone off of life support? I had to make that decision last year about my son, but I Prayed to God for guidance. If it is a person's time to go, nothing that man does can stop it. God Bless!
---Cynthia on 12/12/07




Donna, I think that all Christians are longing to be with Jesus but the reluctance to die is based on the thoughts of leaving others behind and, possibly, wondering how they will cope without us etc. This is why Christians cling to life here. Non-Christians cling to life because they have nothing to look forward to. Personally, I would not wish to be resuscitated unless my quality of life afterwards was likely to be good.
---RitaH on 12/12/07


Even brother Paul had a desire to be with the Lord but was content to abide here for the sake of his brethren.
I am another that longs to go home and depart this darkened world of blasphemous disbelief and rebellion towards the word of God.
Blessed be the name of the Lord.
Frank
---Frank on 12/11/07


Is there anyone who longs to be in heaven with Jesus? Is it wrong to long for that?
---Donna on 12/11/07


The way I see it is that God has given us medical means to use for our benefits. Sometimes this device is how God brings us a miracle. And other times God brings them back without it. But if it is our time to go, I believe God will take us, and no intervention on our part will succeed. I just give it up to the Lord, believing that the outcome is his will, not mans.
---kady on 12/11/07


PS-However, there is nothing wrong with doing what we know to do, and doing our part, trusting that God will do the rest.
---kady on 12/11/07




Recitation is a personal option, medically the technology exist and some times it is successful. People can wear dog tags or arm bracelets if they are NO Code.
---notlaw99 on 12/11/07


After my Fathers quatriple bypass surgery, he then died right after it, they shocked him 4 times, nothing they did could bring him back. I believe sometimes God uses the Physicians of this world and at times the GREAT PHYSICIAN heals us, My belief is that when he went to heaven, he did not want to return here again.
---Whisper on 12/11/07


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