Believer’s Hotel

During the Roman Empire it was a very common practice for a deceased person’s body to be cremated and the remains to be put into niches in a place called a columbarium that was built either above or below ground.  A  columbarium or cemetery is only a hotel for the believer’s body as it waits to be reunited with his or her spirit when Christ returns. 

{Photo Credit: Green Ridge}

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