burriel is not one drenched in vanity and opulence. If we were
wealthy as true Christians then we would understand that we should not
let our wealth take control of us: for then we would have surrendered
to Satan and we would not be anything like a Christian, but be
Christians will have a modest burriel in a very common and cheap coffin
(ideally, six pieces of wood timbered to a strong coffin) without a
display of opulent access. If during your live you have lived in
vanity you were probably not a Christian anyway; but now you are dead,
if you are a Christian, you will be laid to rest in modesty and not in
vanity: for God warns you about vanity. Some true Christians buy
their simple $200 coffin, or even build it, ready for when they die.
Christians can also be cremated,
unlike what the weak in faith, the lukewarm believe. The dead shall
arise from their grave, says Jesus. So, if their body has been burned
their grave is their ashes, right? But, oh! Fools try to comprehend:
and to imagine one returning from ashes is too incomprehensible to them
(and Pope Benedict is one of them). It's easier to belive that one can
return from bare, dead bones. How stupid! So all the holy
christians who burn in fires shall not ressurect? You know that can't
be right: for then Jesus would be a lie.
you have truly believed, you have repented and have baptized, thus
having become holy and ready to receive the Holy Ghost, you will have
no desire for vanity.