How a Kingdom Citizen is supposed to die by Jim Hammerle
Once you become a Kingdom Citizen, the reason you die physically changes dramatically. You are not suppose to die of sickness, or disease. You are not even supposed to die of old age or accidentally. You are supposed to die because you are empty, and given out to the world everything I have given you to give.
Age will have nothing to do with it. Crucifixion, martyrdom, or a heart simply stopping may be the apparent cause of death, but in reality Kingdom Citizen has completed his or her calling, and from that point on there is no reason to remain on earth!
Every person was born for a purpose and when you discover that purpose and fulfill it, you are emptied out and want to come home. No Kingdom Citizen views death as fearful or dreaded, but with an anticipation of entering a freedom and fun that the flesh and blood can never experience.
Most people die in vain, never even considering My purpose for their existence. Living without knowing your purpose for visiting the planet, is the mother of all stress. The vast majority of humans die of stress related sickness because they never sought to discover their purpose. Instead of servants, they became slaves of other people. Slaves of their opinions, slaves of their intimidation, and slaves of their disapproval. Fearing disapproval, slaves become people pleasers, increasing their stress by ten times.
Stress especially in the west is the greatest cause of sickness and early death. Kingdom Citizens who are fulfilling their purpose, for the most part remain stress free. When you are fulfilling your kingdom purpose you do not sin, because you want nothing to hinder fulfilling your purpose.
When you are empty, because you have been poured out, your desire to come home will be greater than your desire to live on earth. When you have prayed the last prayer, touched the last soul, cried the last tear, fed the last hungry person, clothed the last naked one and you are empty, not because you are exhausted, but because that’s all I have given you to do, you will know it, and you will say: “I am now ready to be offered, and the time of my departure is at hand.  I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith:  Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, shall give me at that day: and not to me only, but unto all them also that love his appearing,” 2 Timothy 4:6-8.