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     Euthanasia is suicide -- plain and simple. Assisted suicide, according to the Creator, is a "collaboration" in murder. It is not a coincidence that the most ardent supporters of euthanasia are unbelievers. "True" Christians are consistently pro-life. Contrariwise, militant atheists are pro-death, as also revealed in their blind support for abortion. Militant atheists vehemently support one's right to chose euthanasia. Having disposed of God they arrogantly dare to act like gods in determining right and wrong. God, who alone has authority to give and to take life, thunders otherwise.

Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! (Isaiah 5:20)

Life is God's gift.

The Spirit of God has made me,
And the breath of the Almighty gives me life.
(Job 33:4) 



The taking of a life is firmly and undeniably forbidden.


“You shall not murder!" (Exodus 20:13)



Murder is a heinous sin. The penalty for murder is eternal death.


For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord. (Romans 6:23)


God, and only God, has authority over the lives he created.


“Behold, all souls are Mine; The soul of the father As well as the soul of the son is Mine; (Ezekiel 18:4)


There is a time to die, but that time is not up to humans to determine.

A time to be born, And a time to die; A time to plant, And a time to pluck what is planted; (Ecclesiastes 3:2)

Illness and the accompanying suffering is part of the process that God appointed to cleanse and perfect humanity.

In the day of prosperity be joyful,
But in the day of adversity consider:
Surely God has appointed the one as well as the other...
(Ecclesiastes 7:14) 



The Bible supports the use of painkilling substances to alleviate pain. With all the very effective pain killing medications available today, the notion of using euthanasia to alleviate the pain that dying people may be in, holds no  water.


“Give strong drink unto him that is ready to perish, and wine unto those that be of heavy hearts.” Today we have many drugs and painkillers that help relieve some pain as strong drink did in Solomon’s day. (Proverbs 31:6)



A poignant story with profound insights.

"In November, 1997, Gary Eisler, who lives in Oregon, wrote an op-ed piece in the Wall Street Journal. In poignant words, Eisler describes the slow, painful death from cancer of his beloved wife, Bonnie. When the cancer spread from Mrs. Eisler’s breast to her brain, her doctor recommended that all treatment be stopped. Bonnie Eisler spent the last two months of her life in agonizing pain. And yet, Eisler says, many “wonderful things” happened during that time: the birth of their first grandchild, a last Christmas together. Despite his wife’s suffering, Eisler writes that their last hours together were “some of the most intimate and precious of our marriage.... Reason and compassion would have dictated that Bonnie’s life be ended weeks earlier,” Eisler says, “but how much poorer everyone—including her—would have been.” Eisler ends his piece with a warning. Unless assisted suicide is repealed, he predicts, “it will not be long before the vultures begin circling.” Cancer treatment, after all, is expensive. If Bonnie Eisler had known the cost of her treatments, her husband says, “she might well have felt she was a burden” and opted to kill herself. Eisler asks one final question: “Will what has been ‘optional’ someday become ‘suggested’— and perhaps eventually required?” ( (22 January, 2009).

The atheistic perspective summarized eloquently:

"... the atheistic or humanistic world view sees people as autonomous (self-ruling) biological entities whose life's purpose is pleasure, and whose end is complete extinction. This view logically results in a self-centred hedonism that sees life as utilitarian, (i.e., valuable only for what it offers), and sees little value in suffering. The logical conclusion of this perspective, generally denied by most people who hold this view, is nihilism - "is that all there is?" According to this perspective, life should not be continued unless it is a wanted life. Suffering is an unmitigated negative; thus there are some lives not worth living." ( (22 January, 2009).

A sobering warning to all of those who dare to rationalize murder and sin:

"Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!" (Isaiah 5:21)


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