Paul Walker, famous actor of the blockbuster movie franchise Fast and Furious will rise from the dead; at least according to his faith and beliefs as a Christian. Walker who died in a high-speed fiery car crash with friend and business partner Roger Rodas on Nov. 30 will be remembered for years to come but most important he will be remembered by his God. This will not be a movie stunt or a studio media trick. Walker will rise from the dead as his faith dictates.
Walker was born in Glendale, California and raised in the Church of Latter-day Saints. He graduated from Valley Christian School in Sun Valley, California. In an interview with IMDb, Walker said that he was a Christian and through his daily activities and specific love of life, he did not understand how anyone could not believe in God. Walker saw the beauty of God in everything from snowboarding to movie making.
Walker stayed close to his family values and faith-based teachings from his youth and carried them into his adulthood. His confession in the Christian belief uniquely positions him to rise from the dead and be whole again as he is transfigured from this world to the next. According to some Christian doctrine a believer will rise from the dead and enter the kingdom of heaven and await a time for the second coming of Jesus Christ. Paul Walker professed his belief in Christ and is entitled to rise from the dead and find himself in the glorified presence of God.
Walker’s philanthropic activities will also keep him alive beyond his time on this world. Well before his rise to stardom, Walker created the Reach Out World Wide charity which is dedicated to those affected by natural disasters. Walker was directly involved in gathering disaster workers with knowledge of nursing and construction. He identified the immediate needs of natural disaster victims and focused the non-profit on those needs. Walker not only created the non-profit charity but he was also hands on with his charity. He traveled to Haiti and Chile after major earthquakes to personally assist those affected by natural disasters. He helped chop down trees and carried valuable resources to areas hit by disasters.
His acting career, his block buster hits with Fast and Furious and his creation of his charity will keep the name of Paul Walker on the lips of readers and media alike for some time to come. Walker will live again as stories are told about him. Some say a person does not truly die until the last world citizen says their name. It becomes important to remember the lives of those who have left this mortal coil. To remember their contributions to the world and the small things that they did on a day-to-day basis. Walker’s Christian based beliefs promise that he will rise from the dead and his charitable work and love of life will keep him alive in the collective conscience for a long time to come.
Written by Anthony Clark