As mentioned in previous verses, the motif of our flesh or material world coming to pass whilst the soul lives on is a common one. It serves to illustrate one of the most sacred of our doctrines, that the spirit is and belongs to God in everlasting life. Even Christ Himself, perhaps the most extreme example, embodied this for all to see. His flesh was torn, ripped, nailed, whipped, tortured and bruised, yet after the third day He rose again, and eventually entered up into heaven to sit on the right hand of God. Through Him, our soul lives on, the body may fail or break, but our spirit is limitless.
And we pray:
My God and my Father, and to the Holy Messiah, I give thanks and praise Your name. May our spirits be lifted into Your Heavenly Kingdom and reside amongst the angels at the foot of Your throne. Grant me the faith and wisdom to follow You Lord, through the footsteps of Your only begotten Son whose blood was shed for the salvation of each and everyone. Amen.