No matter what the complexities of a disease or its treatment, it all ends at death, those complexities become inconsequential.
The same is with our sinful life – it doesn’t matter what types or degree of sin there are leading up to our death, at death it all terminates. The complexity becomes a singularity of death.
This is why Jesus death, his blood, is the singularity that ends all our complexity. It covers everything, there is no such thing as partial death (or partial life). This death is complete. We can only then have life without death, or we have no life at all.
We need to celebrate life in its fullness, the fullness of His new life, we become the new Adam IN HIM.
He who believes in me will never die, will never “see” death. We can’t “live” with one foot in the grave. [remove the grave cloths?]
There will never be a time when we won’t/don’t have to rely on His love…
Sharing in His love and depending on His love are one and the same thing. The separation from God that occurred at Eden is restored, “garden living” is re-available.
[He has abolished death, and brought life and immortality to light through the gospel. 2 Tim 1-10] [reliance on Him is dependence on Him and not on ourselves]