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What Happens After You Die According the Word of God?

What Bible Study topic, subject, or chapter would you like to learn in more detail? We are opening those again now that the Father is once again, sending His Spirit to gather His saints once again for the last time; we feel the need to address questions.

Some of the questions are not so clearly written, but we’ll do our best to answer them as well as we can.

Questions and Answers from BSM Newsletter member:

What happens after you die?

Traditionally in the Bible (and we’ve even done (videos on this in the past), the Bible states that when one dies, they go to sleep. The best way I describe it is that God turns your computer (brain) off and unplugs it from the wall.

In regular sleep or a nap, we turn our brains off but we do not unplug ourselves from the wall. We are just in sleep mode; the computer is still plugged in or has battery life. In death, the battery is “shot” and the plug is removed.

Everything in the hard drive is still there, but the system is unplugged. It’s important the hard drive is still intact, this is why Christ can resurrect us and we remember who we are and what is going on.

Christianity vs the Records of God

In traditional Christianity, the opposite is taught. When we die, it is stated that we go to Heaven and we smile down on our loved ones. Hence why at funerals, the phrase, “they have gone to a better place,” is often said and vocalized. The better place is in heaven or paradise and not the grave where worms, maggots, and other bugs will feed on the corpse’s body as it corrodes.

So which is it?

Other religions typically agree with Christianity in life after death immediately. We can say majority rules. Here is something to consider; when most of the books withheld by the Catholics and even the Mormon churches are read, we have the ability to come to understand things at another level. We can have a different perspective because we have more information.

The truth is this, the spirit of man was created in the heavens; the body was formed here on the earth. The spirit of man, which is his heart, lives forever (Psalm 22:26). Ultimately, when a man dies, he returns to his spirit state (tantamount to being a hologram) and he awaits the redemption of his eternal physical body.

The wait is either a paradise in a dimension in the earth (undisclosed and unknown by men) or in torments awaiting judgment in another dimension or realm where rebellious spirits await judgment.

The Main Idea Here

The central idea of life on earth is that we are in a trial or probationary period for a man or woman to choose life or death, to choose Christ or satan. Christ represents the Father’s plan of salvation for all His spirit children who would choose it of their own free will. Therefore, when we die, the spirit returns to the Father who gave it (Ecclesiastes-12:7 / Acts-7:59).

Of course, this view can be verified with all scriptures and all the records by the ancients. Therefore, our deceased loved ones are awaiting judgment; if they died in Christ, they are probably working in the spirit administration prompting others in the right ways. This is why we probably hear them in our thoughts guiding us along the way by the direction of the Holy Ghost.

I pray this has been edifying in the name of the Son of God.

Elder Ishe / Brthr Nhmyh

BibleStudyMinistry.com


 

 

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