3-3-23, Death “is done away with.” 1 Corinthians 15:26, 32, 55-57; Revelation 20:14, 1:18. Jesus was the 'first fruits' of the resurrection [John 11:25]. If death be an enemy to be destroyed; there's no other way to destroy death except by the Lord God causing resurrection from the dead.
It's the saints' passage to glory - freed from the troubles of this world.
When we stop breathing on this earth, we will remain in the grave under the power of a corporeal death [called 'sleep' Mark 5:39] till the resurrection. Then the saints will be raised, enjoying everlasting life with the Lord Jesus in the utmost happiness. [No more sin, grief, sickness. Revelation 21:4] Although the non-believing unforgiven sinners, when they resurrect, will rise to damnation shame and contempt. They too will always live, though in torment where the worm never dies or the fire quenched. Mark 9:48
-- Gill's Commentary: https://biblehub.com/commentaries/gill/1_corinthians/15.htm
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