Hi Claudia, those are some really interesting sentences you've got there! These sentences are from the Quran (which is like the Bible for Muslims), I can tell you the translation of the verses, but that won't convey their meaning. I am not a native speaker, so my translation may not be accurate, but here's what I understand:
و ينفخ في الصور فإذا هم من الأجداث إلى ربهم ينسلون
And the horn will be blow, and at once from their graves to their Lord they will hasten. (This is from Surah Ya-Seen, a chapter from the Quran. The verse is talking about Resurrection Day/Judgement Day)
و كنتم أمواتاً فأحياكم ثم يميتكم ثم يحييكم ثم إله ترجعون
And you were dead/lifeless so He gave you life, then He will give you death, then He will give you life then to Him you return. (I don't know where this verse is from, but I think it's either from Surah Baqara or Ale-Imran, not sure! This is verse is talking about how human beings were created by God, then will eventually die, and then resurrected and called back to Him.)
As I mentioned earlier, these are only translations. If you want to know what the verses really convey, you'll have to read the context and tafseer (explanation). Don't hesitate to ask if you have more questions!