by Donald Cantrell

Dialogue With Mr. Death
Donald Cantrell
Revelation 6:8

Rev 6:8 KJV - And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.

1. Our Allurement with Death
2. Our Appointment with Death

I - Deaths Simple Identity
A) There is No Lack or Breaks
B) There is No Limitation or Barriers
C) There is No Love or Brotherhood

II - Deaths Shocking Introduction
A) His First Appearance - It's Ruler
1 - Ruler that's Chosen
2 - Ruler that's Consistent
B) His Free Access - It's Roaming
1 - Death's Longing Thirst
2 - Death's Limitless Travels
B) His Famous Associates - It's Rooms
1 - Room 1 ''The Unprepared Sinner''
2 - Room 2 ''The Unfaithful Saint''

III - Deaths Strong Intruder
A) His Turn
B) His Tomb Room 3 ''The Unstoppable Savior''
C) His Test
D) His Triumph

IV - Deaths Somber Importance
A) The Escorts that will be Sent
B) The Entrance that will be Set
C) The Eternality that will be Stated


I was reading Genesis chapter 5, which is called the death chapter and saw some interesting things about mankind and death:

Adam lived 930 years and he died
Seth lived 912 years and he died
Enos lived 905 years and he died
Cainan lived 910 years and he died
Mahalaleel lived 895 years and he died
Jared lived 962 years and he died
Methuselah lived 969 years and he died
Lamech lived 777 years and he died
Noah lived 950 years and he died (Genesis 9:29)

The thing that I find in these numbers is that man was designed to live forever. The bodies that we live in were made to last and to never run down or to break down, this is interesting to consider.

The moment Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden of Eden; death stepped onto the scene and begin to do his work upon God's creation. The oldest man that is documented i ...

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