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July 5, 2014 4:39 PM
Does it matter what age we are when judgement comes? Once we reach the age of accountability, and then leave home, we are responsible for our choices. The older we are, the more wisdom we attain concerning life and daily choices. More responsibility comes with each year we grow older.
July 6, 2014 2:55 PM
120 is age of death
Margo you are correct, but 120 is the age used to describe when a person passes away. It was the age that Moses died and so we use that as an age which most people don't make it to but possible. When we say till 120 is is also a blessing of sorts. So this question is asking about heavenly judgement.
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