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Does not think God would mind if we leave body parts for others

Richard Raines writes:
For those afraid of donating organs or tissue for fear that it would be held against them by God, I'll be the first to admit that I don't understand a lot of Bible prophecy that has not been fulfilled, I do understand that the Bible says that those who make it to Heaven will have a new glorified body. If I go by way of death, I don't plan on needing this old body any more. Please take time to read 1st Corinthians 13. I know that it is called the "love chapter" but what Paul says about giving his body to be burned (without love) should shed a little light on the subject.Just think about our forefathers who didn't have a way to (commonly) embalm bodies. If you could find their graves and dig them up, you'd be lucky to find bone fragments and a little rich dirt. I don't think God would mind if we leave body parts to someone else to use before it is returned to dust.
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