Are you in favor of mercy killing? Can you make…

Are you in favor of mercy killing? Can you make…
David Dayao | PentecostalTheology.com

Are you in favor of mercy killing? Can you make stand regarding this issue?
I’m referring to those people who are comatus and critical.

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  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Ken Cliffe

    I’ll check my schedule, let me know what time & place is good for you… Please indicate preffered method.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Nathan Hoffman

    “If you truly love something, then you’ll shoot it in the face.”
    -Zombieland

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Mark Fonner

    To the OP. Absolutely not.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Moses Ocholoda

    Death itself is not good, but it can bring good end!

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Robert Pearce

    As one who went through a suicidal period before receiving Christ,. I can tell you I’d never contemplate it again as a believer and from what I’ve learned through God’s word. While I won;t go into too much detail, suffice to say for a Christian, the Great Commandment says that we are to love God first and foremost, and then love our neighbors as ourselves. If we take the easy way out of life’s pain, then it’s against this love because love never loses its purpose for living, and God’s love is the antidote.

    Further, In 2 Cor. 4:8-10, Paul writes in detail about how “We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; 9 persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed; 10 always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies.”

    But he explains something very important in the following verses 16-18:

    “So we do not lose heart. Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day. 17 For this light momentary affliction is preparing for us an eternal weight of glory beyond all comparison, 18 as we look not to the things that are seen but to the things that are unseen. For the things that are seen are transient, but the things that are unseen are eternal.”

    Affliction has a significant purpose in God’s economy. It may seem heavy and difficult, but in eternal perspective, Paul describes it as light and momentary because our inner self, our spirit, is being renewed every day.

    God will never waste pain in our lives, and we should never shorten the work the Lord is doing in us and through us because God gets to determine the number of our days.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Trey Rodriguez

    I think you have the wrong religion.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Ken Cliffe

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    Ken Cliffe

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Ken Cliffe

    After 12 years of coma: “I was aware of everything”

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Ken Cliffe

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    Ken Cliffe

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Joseph Dunbar

    NEVER!!! Jesus is Always Pro-Life!
    John 10:10 Jesus says; “The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy; I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full”

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Randy Steinke

    We cannot be the active agent in the death. But if we are the o ly active agent keeping them alive then we should pull the plug if there’s no hope

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Doreen Heintschel

    No, absolutely not. I think its important that people have medical instructions in their wills. If they are terminal, there should not be any extraordinary measures or meds given to prolong life. But, only God has the right to take our lives.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Al Hendrickson

    My question is simple enough. Who gets to decide who lives and who dies?

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Herb Van Schoick

    My living will is very simple…please don’t kill me

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Herb Van Schoick

    George Washington requested that he be kept out of his coffin for 3 days just in case he would wake up

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Randy Adcock

    What are we talking about here? Somebody in a coma that might come out and be fine? Somebody in a coma who, even if he does come out, will be brain dead?

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Ayuba Danjuma

    Absolutely not,we have no right whatsoever to determine becouse of the critical or comatose condition of human to take life,we weren’t the ones that put life in the body, I better leave the body in that state no matter how long,let God take it by himself,becouse he is the one that make the heart to beat and stops it when he feels like.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Chris Medlin

    I am 100% for mercy killing. If I was in great pain and knew the end was near I’d prefer death.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Emmanuel Chipambala

    Some situations are very tough. I remember a former Israeli PM who spent many years in a state of coma. I recently read of an American woman who had to pull the plug on her husband after she lost hope, much as she loved him. It hurts to see someone hopelessly in pain, but it’s also difficult to put yourself in a situation where you are not sure if you are breaking God’s law or not.

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Al Hendrickson

    I now ask a simple question. Who is ultimately in charge of life?

  • Reply March 17, 2020

    Mark Fonner

    Ok, this is going to get a bit personal so forgive me in advance.

    There is a movement in Europe that has been around for decades and found some foothold here in America. It is the “Death with Dignity” movement. In and of itself, it is an oxymoron. Death by itself has no dignity. It is the result of sin. Plain. Stupid. Moronic. Sin.

    I had cancer that was discovered in October of 2000. I was given 12-16 months to live. I had a radical operation and believe God spared my life. I actually looked into this “movement” because my death back then would not have been pleasant. The doctors were extremely specific. My last few weeks were to be spent in a coma.

    I currently have leukaemia probably from all the radiation treatments I received. It’s not pleasant. I catch everything under the sun and have been hospitalized more times than I can to share. It is well over forty in the last five years.

    HOWEVER…..

    Who am I to decide when to die? I made my mind up back twenty-years ago, that this was not my decision, as painful as it was going to be. That decision is up to God and God alone. When He decides that it is my time, there is no power on earth or in the heavens that can change that. I have learned acceptance.

    The issue is in Europe is that have forced people to be “humanely euthanized” to stop the financial bleeding of the families and the state! This should not be nor can it ever be allowed. I do believe it is sinful. Murder is still murder. Suicide is still putting ourselves in God’s place. Both are sinful.

    In my condition, with this “COVID-19” running amuck, if I were to catch it, well, I would probably in all likelihood, not survive it. Yet, as “Alfred E. Newman” was quoted as saying, “What? Me worry?”

    Hardly.

    God has this.

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