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Death, Physical

The separation of the body and the spirit. The Fall brought mortality and death to the earth (2 Ne. 2:22; Moses 6:48). The atonement of Jesus Christ conquered death so that everyone will be resurrected (1 Cor. 15:21–23). Resurrection is a free gift to all people regardless of whether they have done good or evil in this life (Alma 11:42–44). Each person suffers only one physical death since once we are resurrected, our bodies can die no more (Alma 11:45).

  • All flesh shall perish, and man shall turn again unto dust:Job 34:15;
  • Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of his Saints:Ps. 116:15;
  • The dust will return to the earth, and the spirit will return to God:Eccl. 12:7;
  • By man came death:1 Cor. 15:21;
  • The Savior holds the keys of hell and of death:Rev. 1:18;
  • There shall be no more death, neither sorrow:Rev. 21:4;
  • Death hath passed upon all men:2 Ne. 9:6, 11; ( Alma 12:24; )
  • They never did look upon death with terror:Alma 27:28;
  • Alma explained the state of the soul between death and the resurrection:Alma 40:11;
  • Those who die in me shall not taste of death:D&C 42:46;
  • Those who are not appointed unto death shall be healed:D&C 42:48;
  • I will prove you in all things even unto death:D&C 98:14;
  • Unto dust shalt thou return:Moses 4:25;
  • Adam fell, and by his fall came death:Moses 6:48;