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No Human Being On Earth Has Ever Been Able To Break This Man’s Record

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In the contemporary era, there has been a significant increase in the number of deaths or deaths- related incidents. As a starting point, it is possible for humans to live on this planet until they reach the age of one hundred..



As the world’ s population became older, people’ s perspectives on what constitutes a ” fair” retirement age began to diverge. According to the Bible, humans have a life span of 70 to 100 years at the most.

Methuselah, the Bible’ s oldest man, lived longer than anyone else on the planet. In the course of reading the books of Enoch and Moses, he delves further into his own personal life experience. According to the Book of Genesis, Enoch’ s son, Methuselah, was the son of Methuselah.


One can trace his ancestry all the way back to Noah, who was a descendent of Adam. He became Lamech’ s father when he was 187 years old. Lamech lived for a total of 782 years following his birth.



According to biblical chronology, Methuselah died a week before the beginning of the first great flood. He is well- known and widely regarded as the world’ s oldest man, as he has been for many years.


In the New Testament, the Gospel of Luke was instrumental in boosting Luke’ s position in the community of believers.

The oldest man alive at the time was Methuselah, who lived to be 969 years old and was the world’ s oldest man. He holds the world record for being the world’ s oldest man, and he is unstoppable in this regard, according to his peers.


There is no one alive now who can match Methuselah’ s life expectancy, and I seriously doubt that any man will ever live even half as long as he did in his lifetime.


Anyone on this planet, past or present, has never been able to match or even come close to this achievement.


It’ s quite amazing. But do you also wish to live that long? Share your views with us via the comment section..

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