Is the word soul always spoken of in the word of God as being either living, dead or in the state of Sheol or Hades, which is also the state of death? Being the Greek words for resurrection and body never appear in a verse of the word of God, yet the word for resurrection and soul does appear in one verse along with reference also to the flesh, I would like to ask. Can the soul exist in the state of death, Sheol and or Hades without a body? Can a soul exist in the state of living without a body? Does the living soul have to possess either an earthly house of tabernacle or a house from heaven not made with hands to exist as living? Is it not the soul that is resurrected from the dead, Sheol and or Hades and given a body pleasing to God? In what manner was the soul of the Christ not left in Hades. How was death the gates into Hades overcome? Was Jesus the soul not resurrected from Hades, in the flesh body in which he had died, which did not see corruption and would not return to corruption? Was Jesus raised from the dead no longer to have death lord over him?