What does God say about not going to a funeral?

What does God say about not going to a funeral?

The Bible says in 2 Corinthians 5:8 that “to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord.” It is a testimony to our family and friends that we believe our deceased loved ones are not in the casket. A Christian funeral should not be focused solely on the body of the person who died.

What should you not do at a funeral?

Just take a look at our list of What NOT to do at a Funeral.10 Things Not to Do at a Funeral. Don’t be late. Don’t dress for a club, party, or the beach. Don’t let your phone ring, chime, or ding. Don’t text, surf, or otherwise be glued to your cellphone. Don’t forget the purpose of the occasion. Don’t cause a scene.Weitere Einträge…

Is it wrong to not want to go to a funeral?

Funerals aren’t about the dead. While it’s usually a good idea to attend the funeral if you’re close to the deceased or the family, this isn’t always the case. You shouldn’t feel wrong about not wanting to attend the funeral, especially if you have a legitimate conflict.