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Deuteronomy 32:35

God, the giver of life (Genesis 2:7), has the right to end any life if and when He chooses (Job 1:21), but man does not unless God grants it to him (I Samuel 15:1-3). No biblical example shows any godly person taking the life of another or his own with God's approval in an act of euthanasia or suicide. Neither does God say that we must give our loved ones drugs or use machines to force them, contrary to nature, to live as long as possible, even when they are in great pain or totally unconscious. The life God has given to us is not ours to take.

Martin G. Collins
The Sixth Commandment




Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Deuteronomy 32:35:

Amos 1:3-15
Amos :
Amos 2:1-3
Romans 12:17-21

 

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