- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
The Bible gives a lot of answers to this question, but it does it very briefly, so you need to think about these answers. When Jesus was on the cross, two other people were crucified next to Him. One mocked Jesus, the other asked to be remembered after his death. The Lord replied that he would now be with Him in Paradise. But paradise is not the Kingdom of God, it is a place where souls wait for their next life. So it is said about Abraham, who was in the womb, waiting for his release. And Jesus said that Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob and the prophets would surely recline with Him after salvation, and that God the Father was not the God of the dead, but the God of the living. If you put together this mosaic, you will get a very good picture 🙂
Heaven was on earth. Adam and Eve lost him. Because of them, all people lost not only paradise but also eternal life. Hell is not a place of eternal torment, but just a grave where all people go.
“for the fate of the sons of men and the fate of the animals is the same: as they die, so do these also, and all have one breath, and man has no advantage over the cattle, for all is vanity! All things go to one place: all things are made of dust, and all things will return to dust” (Ecclesiastes 3: 19,20).
As for before birth, so after death. The dead don't know anything, so you have to do something while you're alive:
“The living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing …” (Eccl.9: 5)”Whatever your hand can do, do it with all your might; for in the grave where you are going, there is no work, no meditation, no knowledge, no wisdom” (Ecclesiastes 9: 10).
The dead don't know anything and being in hell or hell just means the common grave of humanity, and they don't feel anything. Therefore, the long-suffering righteous Job wanted to go to hell, or hell, to get rid of his suffering.
“Oh that Thou wouldst hide me in hell, and hide me …” (Job 14: 13)
Even Jesus was in hell all the time he was dead.
“He first said of the resurrection of Christ, that his soul was not left in hell, nor did his flesh see corruption.”2:31)
However, there will be a resurrection of the dead, both the righteous and the unrighteous,
“having hope in God that there will be a resurrection of the dead, both of the just and of the unrighteous, which they also expect.”24:15)
Hence all the confusion. The Bible says that God is love, but the doctrine of a fiery hell is not Biblical, and it puts God in a false light, shaming him, as if he cooperates with his enemy. One day, through the means of his Son Jesus Christ, God will destroy the works of the devil,
“…This is why the Son of God appeared, to destroy the works of the devil” (1 John 3:8).
Then on earth there will be no more evil, disease, old age and death, as well as lies about a fiery hell.
“And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes, and there will be no more death; there will be no more weeping, no more crying, no more sickness, for the former things are past” (Revelation 21:4).
Then the paradise that Adam and Eve gave up will be restored. Would you like to live in paradise on earth forever? Find out what the Bible, the Word of God, says about this.
If you ignore common sense and logic, if you ignore the natural laws of evolution ,and unconditionally prove to yourself that after death, except for the coffin, nothing awaits a person, then
Even in this case, the human soul continues to live and continues its planned path of the universe.�
The only sad thing is that in this case his consciousness will be in a” dead ” blackout
A person has a substance in the brain nerves etc:Dimethyltryptamine. It is released during sleep. I assume that heaven, hell, the light at the end of the tunnel depends on this substance. Before death, perhaps a person sees all this. For us, it's seconds, but for him, it's a lifetime. I think after that, everything dies away, and nothing becomes, the soul, if you can call it that, disappears, and no one will know what happens next until he dies, but for now we can only guess.
This is a matter of faith, not a pre-announcement of concrete guarantees and a preview function, and you should decide it yourself. In general, there are two main options for the development of events: one – atheistic, which represents a person as a soulless, biological being who appeared accidentally out of nowhere and who, after some time spent on chemical manipulations, will go nowhere and religious, which in one form or another teaches that life is an act of some kind of design, that there is a just reward for life's actions (again in one form or another), that a person is not only a biological being, but he is a soul living in a temporary body and this soul is arranged in a complex way, mysterious and mysterious, etc. Well, it's up to you to decide which of the options to choose.
For my part, I want to provide you with a video in which a former atheist professor tells how he changed his worldview after finding himself in a conscious reality after death: