Sayings on Death

In this group of enigmatic sayings we have a
chance to interpret the meaning of death:

1 And he said: He who shall find the
interpretation of the words shall not taste of
death.

11 Jesus said: This heaven shall pass away, and
that which above it shall pass away; and they that
are dead are not alive and they that live shall
not die. In the days when you were eating that
which is dead, you were making it alive. When you
come in the light, what will you do? On the day
when you were one, you became two. But when you
have become two, what will you do?

18 The disciples said to Jesus: Tell us how our
end shall be. Jesus said: Have you then discovered
the beginning, that you seek after the end? For
where the beginning is, there shall the end
be. Blessed is he who shall stand in the
beginning, and he shall know the end and shall not
taste of death.

19 Jesus said: Blessed is he who was before he
came into being. If you become my disciples and
hear my words, these stones shall minister unto
you. For you have five trees in Paradise which do
not move in summer or in winter, and their leaves
do not fall. He who knows them shall not taste of
death.

85 Jesus said: Adam came into being out of a great
power and a great wealth, and yet he was not
worthy of you. For if he had been worthy, he would
not have tasted of death.

111 Jesus said: The heavens shall be rolled up and
the earth before your face, and he who lives in
the living One shall neither see death nor (fear);
because Jesus says: He who shall find himself, of
him the world is not worthy.
(We will get another chance with this one, which
we used in the subject of God (the living One).)
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